Spoiler alert…….The story went on and on…………… Don't people understand that there is suppose to be a beginning, climax and an end. It was a complete waste of time.I waited and waited for something to happen………….nothing ever happen.Don't wait like I did..don't watch it.There was no love story, you never even got the feeling the girl really liked him.I guess the entire movie can be summarized as boy meets girl, he goes to NY and gets "walked all over", he fails at his attempt write and produce a play. Boy goes back to see girl and they part, as the girl has moved forward with her life.
A great ‘date’ movie… about struggling to find the balance between love and work. Great performances and camera work, a Woody Allen-esquire film, but not as high-falutin. It’s got a very warm heart.The cameos by Whoopi Goldberg and Tony Curtis, and Tim Dalton – as fun as he’s ever been- are a hoot. Jill Clayburgh is great too. And New York City looks beautiful, it’s shot with a certain pizazz and style, and also a sense of whimsy which is rare in films nowadays, there’s not much cynicism. And Ralph Macchio will surprise you with an oddly sexy scene!What it says about trying to create something, about trying to find your place in the world during a transitional time (your young twenties) is heartfelt and fun, even as you feel the panic these people are going through.It’s really Mary Louise Parker and Eric Stolz film though, and they carry it with grace and humor, making us really care for this attractive funny and insecure young couple. You really believe that these two are in love, …
Naked in New York is one of those always risky propositions, when "artists" write about the "business" of what they’re doing, in this case the theater. Naked is one of the better examples of it, and features some nice ensemble work from Eric Stoltz, Mary Louise Parker, and Timothy Dalton.The best moment, and the reason I’m adding a comment, is when the main character attends his first New York literary party. When he spots William Styron, he makes some snide comment to the effect of, "What has he written?" The movie responds by flashing Styron’s works, which are considerable.It’s a great moment and a great use of the medium, and almost worth the rental price. Naked is a good one for a slow night.