May 14, 2015
Just off his Oscar win for Annie Hall, writer/director Woody Allen decided to make a bold and controversial film about a frustrated television writer with a teenage girlfriend, a vindictive ex-wife and an insatiable crush on his best friend's mistress. Set in and around the most highly respected of New York's five buroughs, Woody Allen's Manhattan was as widely respected as his Oscar Winner, leading newcomer Muriel Hemmingway to be nominated for her first Academy Award. But does this film earn high regard or condemned like many a-New York walkups of yesteryear? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.
NOTE: This episode was recorded late in 2014. Bear in mind any technical glitches or anachronistic language.
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