Movie 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:
Hahahahaha. "I recently had an orgasm and my doctor told me it was the wrong kind."
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).

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