Reviews & comments

An easy likeable watch

Small stories from another city with lots of different characters and directors made this film funny/heartwarming. There are lots of punchlines in this movie that I had no idea of and that made it very enjoyable

5.0
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Well worth a watch

I thoroughly enjoyed going to see this movie but if you only like conventional, formulaic Hollywood movies then stay away. The stories were varied and interesting and everything felt well crafted despite some disjointedness due to all the different directors involved. Not quite as good as Jim Jarmusch’s Night On Earth, which for me remains the ultimate...

4.0
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A cosmopolitan mix of of love stories ... A delightful experience

This film is a delight - it casts a bunch of well-known actors into short films and links them together with the themes of 'New York' and 'love'. Much like the city itself, the outcome is diverse, well-rounded and there is something for everyone. I am the first one to admit that "arty" films sometimes go way over my head. However, the best thing about this...

4.0
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Style, and some substance. Maybe. Mostly just style.

This is one of those films that takes a while or maybe some re-watches to digest. I haven't seen the first one in the series - Paris, je t’aime so I cannot compare them though I have heard from friends that they preferred the Paris version. My first impression was that it was definitely stylishly shot with some very interesting camera angles used and the...

3.0
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Variety

Variety

press

The results are, well, formulaic, hobbled by weak dialogue and absent any sense of texture.

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TVNZ

TVNZ

press

New York - a diverse city and a collection of cultures. New York, I Love You - a diverse collection of stories all tied together by the city they're set in. And a sequel of sorts to Paris, Je T'Aime.

3.0
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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

But in spite of some attempts at human and neighborhood variety, the stories have a self-conscious sameness, as if they were classroom assignments in an undergraduate fiction-writing class.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Look at the cast and credits to form an idea of the directors and actors at work here. By its nature, New York, I Love You can't add up. It remains the sum of its parts. If one isn't working for you, wait a few minutes, here comes another one. New Yorkers, I love you.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

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Many pleasures and moments of magic.

4.0
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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Even the more predictable prove pleasurable.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Most of these linked "shorts" succeed remarkably in nailing the serendipitous flavor of love, New York-style.

0
Variety

Variety

press

The results are, well, formulaic, hobbled by weak dialogue and absent any sense of texture.

0
TVNZ

TVNZ

press

New York - a diverse city and a collection of cultures. New York, I Love You - a diverse collection of stories all tied together by the city they're set in. And a sequel of sorts to Paris, Je T'Aime.

3.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

But in spite of some attempts at human and neighborhood variety, the stories have a self-conscious sameness, as if they were classroom assignments in an undergraduate fiction-writing class.

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Look at the cast and credits to form an idea of the directors and actors at work here. By its nature, New York, I Love You can't add up. It remains the sum of its parts. If one isn't working for you, wait a few minutes, here comes another one. New Yorkers, I love you.

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Many pleasures and moments of magic.

4.0
0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Even the more predictable prove pleasurable.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Most of these linked "shorts" succeed remarkably in nailing the serendipitous flavor of love, New York-style.

0

An easy likeable watch

Small stories from another city with lots of different characters and directors made this film funny/heartwarming. There are lots of punchlines in this movie that I had no idea of and that made it very enjoyable

5.0
0

Well worth a watch

I thoroughly enjoyed going to see this movie but if you only like conventional, formulaic Hollywood movies then stay away. The stories were varied and interesting and everything felt well crafted despite some disjointedness due to all the different directors involved. Not quite as good as Jim Jarmusch’s Night On Earth, which for me remains the ultimate...

4.0
0

A cosmopolitan mix of of love stories ... A delightful experience

This film is a delight - it casts a bunch of well-known actors into short films and links them together with the themes of 'New York' and 'love'. Much like the city itself, the outcome is diverse, well-rounded and there is something for everyone. I am the first one to admit that "arty" films sometimes go way over my head. However, the best thing about...

4.0
0

Style, and some substance. Maybe. Mostly just style.

This is one of those films that takes a while or maybe some re-watches to digest. I haven't seen the first one in the series - Paris, je t’aime so I cannot compare them though I have heard from friends that they preferred the Paris version. My first impression was that it was definitely stylishly shot with some very interesting camera angles used and the...

3.0
0