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New York New York 1977

From Amazon: Martin Scorsese took a daring turn from the mean streets that made his reputation in the early '70s with New York, New York, his homage to the big-band era. And what an homage it is: the dazzling production design by Boris Leven continues to impress over the film's nearly three-hour length. And there's no denying the anthemic appeal of Kander and Ebb's title song, belted with winning bravado by costar Liza Minnelli in a showstopping finale. But as valiantly as Minnelli and Robert De Niro try, they can't elevate the shaky plot beyond its two-dimensional construct. It purports to be a Star Is Born-like tragedy of ...

Directed By:
Martin ScorseseMartin Scorsese
Written By:
No image existsMardik Martin
Robert De NiroRobert De Niro
Liza MinnelliLiza Minnelli
No image existsLionel Stander
No image existsBarry Primus
Mary Kay PlaceMary Kay Place
Dick MillerDick Miller
No image existsDiahnne Abbott

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New York New York Movie Review by BillyBob (10/11/2010)

I know that some people consider NEW YORK NEW YORK (NYNY) extraordinary. OK. Fine. But, you can bet, BillyBob here ain't one of 'em. No way.

When NYNY was first released, back in 1977, it was a super-staggering 4 1/2 hours in length. Like, can you just imagine having to tolerate listening to the vocal "talents" of Miss...

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