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I loved this movie. It's sweet, romantic, sentimental, and reminds me of the old-fashioned films that we grew up with. The songs are wonderful and it's a feel-good movie you can watch with your mom, or your grandmother. The shots of New York City are gorgeous; the city never looked so good. You can tell that the filmmaker took extra care in his presentation. Although Andrew McCarthy isn't on screen all that much, he was fun to watch when he does appear. There are so many dark, disturbing films out, that this is truly a breath of fresh air. I'll admit it's a bit of a "chick flick" but also a date movie. Enjoy it for the romance that it has, and the beautiful visuals.
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