Manhattan
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The life of a divorced television writer dating a teenage girl is further complicated when he falls in love with his best friend's mistress.

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TV Guide Magazine - 10/10 by Unknown Deft comedy set in a neurotic town. People may argue about the relative merits of Annie Hall vis-a-vis Manhattan, which is a better and more fully realized film. By this time Allen had forsworn the glib one-liner and spent more time developing well-rounded characters.
Empire - 10/10 by David Parkinson One of Woody's most aesthetically gorgeous films as well as his classic love-hate letter to the city of his soul.
Radio Times - 10/10 by Tom Hutchinson This is a wonderful film, with a George Gershwin score that adds just the right amount of poignancy.
ReelViews - 10/10 by James Berardinelli If Manhattan was only a romantic comedy, it would be a very good one, but the fact that the movie has so much more ambition than the "average" entry into the genre makes it an extraordinary example of the fusion of entertainment and art. This is Allen in peak form, deftly mastering and combining the diverse threads of romance, drama, and comedy - and all against a black-and-white backdrop that makes us wonder why color is such a coveted characteristic in modern motion pictures.
LarsenOnFilm - 10/10 by Josh Larsen Has self-flagellation ever been this elegant?
Guardian - 10/10 by Peter Bradshaw Manhattan is a great film about love in and love for New York.
Chicago Sun-Times - 9/10 by Roger Ebert this is a very good movie. Woody Allen is ... Woody, sublimely. Diane Keaton gives us a fresh and nicely edged New York intellectual. And Mariel Hemingway deserves some kind of special award for what's in some ways the most difficult role in the film.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 9/10 by Jay Scott Never before has Allen been able to integrate comedy and pathos as deftly as he does in Manhattan. [28 Apr 1979, p. 17]
Time - 9/10 by Vincent Canby What happens is not the substance of Manhattan as much as how it happens. The movie is full of moments that are uproariously funny and others that are sometimes shattering for the degree in which they evoke civilized desolation.
New Yorker - 9/10 by Richard Brody Allen serves up a nostalgia that was utterly of its time; he incarnates an idea of the city that, even now, remains as strong as its reality and refracts his disappointed ideals into high existential crises.
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada) - 8/10 by Brian Gibson A film with a sharp look and some glinting lines. Still, it's the city that Isaac/Allen has a nostalgic faith in, not people, or love, or even the film itself.
Common Sense Media - 8/10 by Renee Schonfeld Bittersweet romance with mature themes, sex, profanity.

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