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Though well-acted, Sidewalks of New York generally comes off as a second-rate Woody Allen film. The characters seem self-absorbed, the problems trite.
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If Sidewalks is still a pretty hard film to laugh at, that's not because it stirs horrific memories. The laughs don't come easily because the humor often feels forced.
The film uncovers no hidden truths about relationships except one: Romantic comedies don't have to be profound when they are as appealing as this one.
As a romantic comedy on your film menu, Sidewalks of New York holds the romance and serves comedy on the side.
Make no mistake, [Burn's] damn good at his singular craft, adept at building and oiling this particular machine. And it runs as smoothly as ever -- the plentiful laughs arrive right on cue, as do the occasional moments of near-poignancy.
It is nice that Sidewalks reflects a younger, multiethnic New York, one in which not everybody is wealthy and middle-aged or older as Allen's New York increasingly was. But diversity is no substitute for quality.
My own instinct tells me that Sidewalks of New York doesn't work and doesn't go anywhere, but there are a few talented performers on display.
Though the direction is lacking, "Sidewalks of New York" is a charming movie with great characters and a sharp script.
In the end, all I can really do is throw my hands in the air and plead for mercy.
A Charmed Life---Men are pigs and women play games in "Sidewalks of New York."
La cinta en el global es una opción atractiva si buscan una cinta ligera y que hable de un amor posible en un grupo de caóticos seres que cohabitan en ese micro-universo
Burns's ear for dialogue prevents it from becoming a forgotten footnote to a promising career.
Virtually every actor in "Sidewalks" gives a performance that is just begging for better, more challenging material.
This is a story about three couples in New York. Their stories are woven together, as the couples all trade partners. All of the characters are very self-absorbed. There are moments when they speak directly to the camera, which illustrates how we often say things and do something else. I would've liked this film to be a little more "Woody Allen" and less "Sex in the City". Nice to see Brittany Murphy in this role. RIP.
'Sidewalks of New York' is one of those movies which I instinctively knew in advance that I would enjoy. And I did. It takes a few minutes to adjust to the style of the 'news bulletin' opening, and quirky camera cuts, but once you attune, you can settle down to a Woody Allen-type saga of several everyday lives in Manhattan, intersecting neatly. Perhaps a bit too neatly, but this is not totally predictable, and you never really know who is going to end up with whom, or not as the case may be. This film confirms my suspicion that Heather Graham has got what it takes to be my Number One. Never has she looked so sweet and adorable, and I'll gladly stalk those sidewalks for a chance meeting.. The rest of the cast are also likeable, and I can't really find any real fault at all. Brittany Murphy continues to play diverse roles capably, easily passing as a 19-year-old here, although she's considerably older (I think). A refreshing change from formula
Crazy... worse than a triangle romance.
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