Naked in New York (1993)

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Naked in New York begins in the car of grown up Jake, he is talking to us about his girlfriend, Joanne, (watch for the facial expressions) and to whom you can turn to for help while facing ... See full summary »

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  • Eric Stoltz and Ralph Macchio in Naked in New York (1993)
  • Eric Stoltz and Kathleen Turner in Naked in New York (1993)
  • Mary-Louise Parker and Eric Stoltz in Naked in New York (1993)
  • Tony Curtis and Eric Stoltz in Naked in New York (1993)
  • Mary-Louise Parker and Eric Stoltz in Naked in New York (1993)
  • Mary-Louise Parker and Eric Stoltz in Naked in New York (1993)

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3 July 2011 | jayraskin1
8
| Thoughtful and Intelligent, Sincere and Sweet
Eric Stoltz and Mary Louise Parker don't go for the big laughs, they do go for the little ironies that bring big smiles. This is kind of Neil Simonesque at its best, which is most of the time. It is about a young writer getting his work produced as an off-Broadway play for the first time. Everybody is good, but for me Kathleen Turner as the very insecure star seducing the talented young writer is the highlight. It is kind of a low rent version of Bettie Davis in All about Eve, but Turner makes it believable that she would be willing to sleep with the author to get the part. The other highlight is Tony Curtis as the cynical producer taking a chance on the young playwright. He was 68 years old here, but he looks ten years younger and really seems to be enjoying the work. After his T.V. series Vegas ended in 1981, Curtis really didn't get much work. He only had about three or four good parts in good films the last 25 years of his life, which is quite sad. Curtis describes the play by the lead character as having problems and not being very funny, but he does note that it has a certain honesty about it. That could be said about this movie. What it lacks in drama, it makes up for in honesty and sincerity.

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