New York, New York
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Musical
  • Year: 2012
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  • Rated: Unrated


Acclaimed director Martin Scorsese teams with Academy Award® winners* Liza Minnelli and Robert De Niro in this splashy, flashy musical spectacle celebrating the glorious days of the Big Band Era in the Big Apple! Jimmy is a joint-jumpin saxophonist on his way to stardom. Francine is a wannabe starlet who dreams of singing in the spotlight. When they meet, sparks flyand when he plays and she sings, they set New York on fire! It's the beginning of a stormy relationship, asthe two struggle to balance their passions for music and each other under the pressures of big-timeshow biz.

Cast & Crew

Chris Rock ... Mingus
Julie Delpy ... Marion
Albert Delpy ... Jeannot
Brady Smith ... Security Guard Bob
Alexia Landeau ... Rose
Alex Nahon ... Manu
Vincent Gallo ... Vincent Gallo


Tom Long Detroit News | September 14, 2012

The laughs come fast and breezy, just as Delpy intends.

Amanda Mae Meyncke | September 12, 2012

While it's nowhere near a perfect film, 2 Days in New York is worth seeing, not only for the comedy but also for the realism of the smaller moments.

Sam Adams Los Angeles Times | August 17, 2012

"2 Days in Paris" is as self-assured as it is slight, a deliberate diversion whose winsome charms never run dry.

Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle | August 16, 2012

It's extremely funny, one of the funniest films of 2012, with a particularly winning style - far-fetched, extreme and nonstop.

Ty Burr Boston Globe | August 16, 2012

Chatty, neurotic, maddeningly messy, often very funny, "New York" spins in a lunatic orbit of its own.

Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer | August 16, 2012

Finds its comedy in the familiar annoyances of urban life (a contentious neighbor, random acts of vandalism), in the conflict between parents and siblings, but also in bigger, kookier, existential quandaries.

Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune | August 16, 2012

The comedy works some of the time; the pathos, more so.


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