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Little Manhattan
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Family, Romance, Comedy
  • Year: 2005
Audio
English: Dolby 5.1 / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled

Synopsis

Little Manhattan is a feel-good comedy that's perfect for kids and adults alike. In a city known for excitement, two young friends are about to embark on the greatest adventure of all. Gabe (Josh Hutcherson) and Rosemary (newcomer Charlie Ray) have known each other nearly all of their lives, but when they come face-to-face in a karate class, they see each other in a whole new light. Filled with all the magical, marvelousÄ—and maddeningÄ—moments of first love, this charming film is fun for the whole family!

Disc Information

Side A
*Full Screen Feature
*Director Commentary by Mark Levin and screenwriter, Jennifer Flackett
*Helmet Interview
*Sheep Meadow Segment Featurette
*From Scout to Screen Featurette

Side B
*Widescreen Feature
*Director Commentary by Mark Levin and screenwriter Jennifer Flackett
*3 Deleted Scenes

Cast & Crew

Talia Balsam ... Jackie Telesco
John Dossett ... Mickey Telesco
Willie Garson ... Ralph
Cynthia Nixon ... Leslie
Josh Pais ... Ronny
Alex Trebek ... Alex Trebek
Bradley Whitford ... Adam

Reviews

Kevin Thomas Los Angeles Times | December 02, 2005

As directed by Mark Levin, Little Manhattan is an endearing, affectionately humorous and even lyrical depiction of the dawning of adolescence amid the privileged.

Lou Lumenick New York Post | September 30, 2005

A moderately charming comedy depicting a fumbling prepubescent first romance in a beautiful, fairy-tale version of the borough.

Lisa Rose Newark Star-Ledger | September 30, 2005

A big surprise, a comedy detailing the angst of first love with rare candor.

Jami Bernard New York Daily News | September 30, 2005

What a treasure -- a funny, tart, romantic comedy about tweens suffering the pangs of first love. It makes the cityscape an essential part of the romance, like a junior, vintage Woody Allen.

Ned Martel New York Times | September 30, 2005

This small-scale, perfectly acted family film listens in on all the doubts and desires of an 11-year-old as he confronts new feelings about a girl he has known practically all his life.

Gene Seymour Newsday | September 29, 2005

It's the little things such as confusing voices on the phone that show you that the husband-wife team of director Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett are paying close attention to what kids do, say and go through.

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