Manhattan

Deft comedy set in a neurotic town. People may argue about the relative merits of ANNIE HALL (which took Oscars for Best Picture, Direction, Actress, and Screenplay) vis-a-vis MANHATTAN, which won nothing but 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....read more

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Manhattan Saga Trailer
01:13 — Season 1 trailer for Manhattan
Manhattan - Official Trailer
03:16 — 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.
(Original Trailer)
Woody Allen stars in and directs this gorgeous black-and-white valentine to New York City, Manhattan (1979) co-starring Diane Keaton.
(Movie Clip) Great Dane
Long shot of a long city walk as Isaac (writer and director Woody Allen) and Mary (Diane Keaton) get to know each other in Manhattan, 1979.
(Movie Clip) Opening, Gershwin
Writer, director and star Woody Allen with narration from the book he's writing, Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue, and New York cityscapes, from the openin (more…)
(Movie Clip) Uncontrollable Urge
Isaac (writer-director Woody Allen) is worried about the future of his relationship with young Tracy (Mariel Hemingway), on a date together in Manhatt (more…)
(Movie Clip) Well Thought Of
Isaac (writer-director Woody Allen) interrupts professor Yale (Michael Murphy) in class and makes his famous speech with the skeleton in Manhattan, 19 (more…)
(Movie Clip) Willie
Isaac (writer-director Woody Allen) picks up son Willie (Damion Scheller) from ex-wife Jill (Meryl Streep) and partner Emily (Anne Byrne) in Manhattan (more…)
(Movie Intro/Outro) Neil LaBute
Director, playwright and TCM Guest Programmer Neil LaBute joins Robert Osborne to introduce Woody Allen's Manhattan, 1979, starring Diane Keaton, Mery (more…)
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  • Released: 1979
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Deft comedy set in a neurotic town. People may argue about the relative merits of ANNIE HALL (which took Oscars for Best Picture, Direction, Actress, and Screenplay) vis-a-vis MANHATTAN, which won nothing but is a better and more fully realized film. By th… (more)

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