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Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)

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When this was released it felt like Woody Allen had run out of ideas. In recent years, it seems like one of his warmest, funniest ones, filled with good humour, good jokes and some wonderful cinematic throwbacks: ┬áthat’s what two decades of non-classic cinema will do to a viewer, you re-evaluate everything you once judged harshly. Keaton and Allen are excellent foils for each other investigating the sighting of their neighbour after she has supposedly died, Alda and Huston great support and the central mystery is satisfying and funny. Great late night entertainment co-written with Marshall Brickman.

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