Sunday, August 7, 2011

Two Line Reviews - #267

Movie: Manhattan (1979)

Plot: A middle-aged divorcee in Manhattan is being loved by a school girl; For her good, he advises that she leave him and in the meanwhile, he gets attracted to the lover of his close friend. The cobweb of relations finally get resolved amid confusion.

  • The sensitivity factor is quite high for a Woody Allen picture & in that way it is a bit different.
  • The crazy yet intellectual dialogues sprinkled all around the narrative are pluses.
  • The roles of Allen, Diane Keaton & the girl who plays Tracy are noteworthy; The same could not be said of Meryl Streep's contracted role.
Emotional,Funny,Interesting - All in typical Woody style.

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