A Rainy Day in New York Reviews

  • A Rainy Day in New York
    • Genre : Romance, Comedy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Signature Entertainment
    • Official Site : -
    • Reviews Rate
      Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.

    • Readers Rate

Movie Reviews

  • though the collaborators build upon that lush romanticism that marked their previous work in Cafe Society and Wonder Wheel, that glow of nostalgia plays differently when adjusted for the present tense, resulting a work that feels stodgily anachronistic
    Review rate : C by Ben Croll [IndieWire ]
  • packed with stars but lacking enough power to zip along, A Rainy Day in New York comes close to a wash out
    2 of 5 by Luke Walpole [HeyUGuys ]
  • as with most modern Woody Allens, it's a case of terrific cast, mediocre film. It's a portrait of bored, privileged, selfish people who aren't likeable enough to care about, despite the actors' best efforts
    2 of 5 by Anna Smith [The List Film (UK) ]
  • an engaging, youthful cast cannot resuscitate this markedly out-of-date Woody Allen misfire; Despite featuring some of the best actors of their respective generations, "A Rainy Day in New York" feels like a film born of profound creative exhaustion
    by Jessica Kiang [Variety ]
  • a funny, amiable riff on "The Great Gatsby" and "The Catcher in the Rye"; "A Rainy Day in New York" is hardly top-tier Allen, but it's a shame that such wonderful performances are unlikely to receive the wider attention they deserve
    3 of 5 by Matthew Thrift [Little White Lies ]
  • "A Rainy Day in New York" is awkward at times, and not particularly funny, which is a surprising development when Allen is clearly eager to return to the behavioral analysis of his younger days, setting the story in the city that was once his great muse
    2 of 5 by Brian Orndorf [Blu-ray.com ]
  • "A Rainy Day In New York" hits all of Woody Allen's touchstones, has a few good one-liners and is well played, but it sorely lacks the wit, vitality and veracity of his '70s/'80s heyday
    2 of 5 by Ian Freer [Empire Magazine ]

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