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I just sat there, waiting for something, anything, interesting to happen.
This film is highly recommended to anyone who likes love stories, who appreciates good acting and excellent directing/writing.
New York, I love you is not really a move but a quilt of different short films which attempt a common theme.
Well written and acted stories in which a number of Hollywood's finest actors appear.Published 1 month ago by Jackie
A bunch if shorts that are not very compelling. New York is a diverse place. This is a pretty dull homage.Published 5 months ago by Patrick
The movie was great and had many scenarios that made you want to laugh, cry, and fall in love with New York. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alondra Caudillo
this is a great movie with wonderful stories of love. great actors and the experience of being in New York City is a unique experience that this movie truly captures through people... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Erika E E
I got this film (or "these films") out of sheer curiosity...what exactly brought on that curiosity remains a mystery to me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Philip Scholz
not. the film has no subtitles in Spanish. was very frustrated not being able to see it.
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not the greatest movie ever made but it was ok considering all the well know actors that were in itPublished 12 months ago by Sharon Antill