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  2. Deconstructing Harry movie review (1997) | Roger Ebert

    Once a year, like clockwork, Woody Allen writes, directs and usually stars in exactly the film he feels like making. He works on budgets that make this possible--and just as well, given the mugging he has received from critics who think he shouldn't have made "Deconstructing Harry.'' His new movie is vulgar, smutty, profane, self-hating, self-justifying, self-involved, tasteless, bankrupt and ...

  3. Deconstructing Harry (1997) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Audience Reviews for Deconstructing Harry. Apr 25, 2013. Deconstructing Harry is by far Woody Allen's darkest and most revealing movie, and it doesn't exactly paint a flattering portrait of him ...

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  4. Deconstructing Harry - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

    Deconstructing Harry is abrasive, complex, lacerating and self-revelatory. It's also very funny, most of the time. Full Review. Film Threat. December 6, 2005 Full Review ...

  5. Deconstructing Harry Review | Movie - Empire

    Jan 01, 2000 · Read the Empire Movie review of Deconstructing Harry. As self-examination by Allen, it's merciless and scathing. As comedy, it's too dark to be...

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  6. Deconstructing Harry Reviews - Metacritic

    Focused on writer Harry Block (Allen), a philandering, nihilistic, atheist, Jewish, and misanthropic man, Deconstructing Harry is the film that Allen had always made, but never this upfront with the film's central character admitting that all of his characters and work are informed by his own experience.

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  7. Deconstructing Harry | Reelviews Movie Reviews

    If Deconstructing Harry has an overriding theme, it's that the man and the artist can be separated, and, even if the man is a despicable person, his art can redeem him. Of course, this makes Deconstructing Harry sound like a deeply philosophical movie, which it isn't, and the seemingly-pretentious title only adds to the confusion.

    • Woody Allen
    • R
    • Woody Allen
  8. As often in the case of Allen's movies, with the modest running time of 96 minutes, "Deconstructing Harry" is expertly shot, boasts an amazing cast (Billy Crystal, Judy Davis, Bob Balaban, Elisabeth Shue, Demi Moore, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tobey Maguire, and Stanley Tucci just to name a few), and is in my opinion one of the most interesting and ...

  9. Critic Reviews for Deconstructing Harry - Metacritic

    Deconstructing Harry is Woody Allen's naughty-boy confessional movie, a disquietingly candid and funny portrait of a pathological narcissist. Read full review 90

  10. Customer reviews: Deconstructing Harry

    `Deconstructing Harry', written and directed by Woody Allen, may set the record for famous name cameos in Allen's pictures, with the added twist that you have famous actors playing the parts of other famous name actors in the same movie, as when, for example, Kirsty Ally, one of the Allen character wives, is played by Demi Moore in a playing ...

  11. Deconstructing Harry (1997) - IMDb

    Jan 02, 1998 · Directed by Woody Allen. With Woody Allen, Judy Davis, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Stephanie Roth Haberle. Suffering from writer's block and eagerly awaiting his writing award, Harry Block remembers events from his past and scenes from his best-selling books as characters, real and fictional, come back to haunt him.

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