A RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK – Review by Susan Granger

After a long delay, punctuated by scandal, Woody Allen’s new romantic comedy has been released. As always, Woody Allen’s dialogue is witty and funny, complemented by musical selections from the Great American Songbook with kudos to cinematographer Vittorio Storaro, production designer Santo Loquasto and costumer Suzy Benzinger. Bottom line: while it’s not as good as Blue Jasmine or Midnight in Paris, it’s an amusing interlude.

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