Deconstructing Harry

1997, Comedy/Drama, 1h 36m

37 Reviews 10,000+ Ratings

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Novelist Harry Block (Woody Allen) has become a success by turning his family and friends' lives into fodder for his books. Due to his novels' popularity, the university that once kicked Harry out has asked him to return for a ceremony that will honor him. As Harry sets out for the trip, he is confronted by his fictional characters, as well as real people who no longer want anything to do with him, and he learns how deeply his overly candid stories have affected those around him.

Cast & Crew

Woody Allen
Harry Block
Billy Crystal
Larry , The Devil (Harry's Character)
Julie Kavner
Grace , Harry's Character
Tobey Maguire
Harvey Stern
Demi Moore
Helen , Harry's Character
Stanley Tucci
Paul Epstein , Harry's Character
Robin Williams
Mel , Harry's Character
Letty Aronson
Co-Executive Producer
J.E. Beaucaire
Executive Producer
Richard Brick
Co-Producer
Charles H. Joffe
Co-Executive Producer
Jack Rollins
Co-Executive Producer
Carlo Di Palma
Cinematographer
Santo Loquasto
Production Design
Tom Warren
Art Direction
Susan Kaufman
Set Decoration
Elaine O'Donnell
Set Decoration
Suzy Benzinger
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Audience Reviews for Deconstructing Harry

  • Apr 25, 2013
    Deconstructing Harry is by far Woody Allen's darkest and most revealing movie, and it doesn't exactly paint a flattering portrait of him, but it's also funny (although not his funniest) and has a great cast and interesting style that make it worth seeing for fans of Allen.
    Joey S Super Reviewer
  • Sep 14, 2011
    I know Woody Allen is supposed to be this wonderful director, and his movies are studied in college film classes all the time, but I just don't get the attraction. I do see where Larry David gets his inspiration for loud-mouthed, annoying characters who can't seem to shut up. I swear I have tried to like Woody, but he just annoys me far too much. An all-star cast is mostly wasted in this, as the only actor who appears on-screen for more than ten seconds at a time is Woody, a man in love with the sound of his own voice. Please don't ask me to watch any more. I wanted to scream at this guy to just shut up and keep it zipped!
    Mark A Super Reviewer
  • Dec 01, 2010
    This is Allen doing a comedic and absurd take on Bergman's 'Wild Strawberries'. It's hilarious, experimental, smart, and filled with enough one-liners to fill several films. An Allen classic from the 90's. As far as flat-out comedy goes, this film is s huge winner and its wacky narrative and side stories are all captivating.
    Jonny B Super Reviewer
  • Feb 12, 2010
    It might be the darkest and most self hating of Allen's comedies and I mean that as a compliment.
    Alec B Super Reviewer

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