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Sunday in New York

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  • Posted June 17, 2011

    Love this movie. Rod Taylor has always been a favorite of mine.

    I was thinking the same thing. The details in the movie description are a little backwards. It's a movie worth watching!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2002

    The critic is wrong about the details - but I love this film!

    Michael Betzhold is wrong about some of the details on his movie review. It makes me wonder if he really watched it or just skimmed over it. Eileen does leave her brother's apt - but to go sightseeing in NY. While there, she meets Mike on the bus, and when she returns to the apt with both of them soaked from the rain - she discovers the lingerie in the closet. THEN, she is angry with her brother's double standard. This fuels her already strong attraction to Mike, and they begin to make love. Later Mike is strongly protesting that since she is a virgin that HE will not be the one to change that. She is explaining, while her fiance walks in and sees them half dressed. The fiance assumes Mike is her brother Adam and asks Eileen to marry him. Caught and surprised they don't tell him the truth and concoct a plan to explain at dinner.......All of the confusion is pretty funny when her real brother Adam walks in, and the fiance is told that Adam is a friend Mike, Adam's reaction when he assumes what must have happended is pretty funny, and the fiance finds out later. But it has one of those classic happy endings, which I love no matter what critics say. Also the music by Peter Nero is plus! One of my FAVORITE films!

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    Posted August 20, 2011

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