Manhattan (1979)

Watched 20101115 (Netflix, Instant) 96 min.
Watched 20141115 (Netflix, Instant)
Manhattan (1979) Woody Allen. 96 min.

Isaac (Woody Allen) and Mary (Diane Keaton)

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Yale (Michael Murphy)

After Annie Hall and Deconstructing Harry, this is the third Woody Allen movie I've watched.

Throughout the bulk of the movie, I had a neutral feeling towards Isaac (Woody Allen). But when Emily (Anne Byrne) says she was mad at him for introducing Mary (Diane Keaton) to Emily's husband Yale (Michael Murphy), I thought that was horrible.

Isaac's ex-wife Jill (Meryl Streep)

Regardless, I thought the movie had a great ending.

On a slightly different note, I love George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.

Coincidentally, I first watched Manhattan on the same day of the year four years ago.

Tracy (Mariel Hemingway)

In any case, I had totally forgotten how the movie ends and it was a wonderful experience seeing it and the movie as a whole all over again.

Instant Comments:
2: Hahahahaha. "I recently had an orgasm and my doctor told me it was the wrong kind."
2: Oh. After Gershwin's "'S Wonderful" plays, the scene goes to Mary and Isaac and Mary says "That was wonderful." I recognize the song from An American in Paris (1951) and Funny Face (1957).

2: What an awkward double date.
2: "You cry when you watch 'Gone with the Wind'."
2: Hahahaha. "Donnie's in a coma, he had a really bad acid experience."

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