A Rainy Day in New York

A Rainy Day in New York

By Woody Allen

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2020-06-05
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1h 32min
  • Director: Woody Allen
  • Production Company: Gravier Productions
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 13.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
From 1,301 Ratings


Woody Allen returns to the romantic fields of previous hits Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Midnight in Paris, assembling an all-star cast also including Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning, Selena Gomez, Jude Law, Diego Luna and Liev Schreiber, for a charming, sizzling and comedic tale set amidst the fast-paced dizzying streets of The Big Apple. A RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK tells the story of college sweethearts, Gatsby (Chalamet) and Ashleigh (Fanning), whose plans for a romantic weekend together in New York City are dashed as quickly as the sunlight turns into showers. The two are soon parted, and through a series of chance meetings and comical adventures they will discover that, while you only live once, once is enough if you find the right person.




  • Terrible

    By Green Tee 🍵
    Zero stars
  • Child Molester

    By Jessica 6
    Itunes and all the actors in this film should be ashamed of themselves. What's next a Harvey Weinstein tribute?
  • Different kind of Rom-Com...Funny and Witty

    By Jam Runs
    Another great movie from Woody, his iconic style and witty script is all over the movie. The soundtrack, cinematography and camera shots are beautiful, setting you in a classic movie that makes you love this city even more. Casting the millennials was a fresh approach with the young cast that gives you a refreshing feel to Woody's signature touch. Love it!
  • Been Waiting 3 Years to see this film! 👏🏼❣️

    By 53 julimar
    This is my favorite Woody Allen film! Beautiful, Funny , Intelligent and Adorable . The best scene is with Timothee playing the piano and singing😘. This little Gem made me miss N.Y.C. ❤️
  • Should been more of Selena 🥺

    By KevinnGlamorous_
    I like it , but just wanted more Selena moments I was so confused and lost at first but when Selena came out i started to understand nice movie , should work on editing before you sent a film out though
  • I Wanted To

    By movies 4you
    I really thought this would be a fun movie. I didn't even watch it all. I had the feeling that the actors couldn't pull off the Allen characters because the story line seemed solid considering it's a Woody Allen movie. It simply didn't work for me. Maybe I'll try it again in a few months and things will click.
  • Terrible! It’s so bad!! I’m trying to take my 1 Star back

    By Tjw1980
    We are desperate for new movies cause of what’s going on in the world, but I’m sick of wasting my money on terrible movies! So save your money and time some where else! I’m sorry it wasn’t good or bare able. If it did go to theaters it’s a walk out movie. Again my apologies. Their talking doesn’t even match the audio, it’s off. TERRIBLE
  • Self indulgent and pretentious

    By KingTaco619
    I generally like Woody Allen’s films, but this film seems to signal how he out of touch he is with millennials (pun not intended). The banter and dialog is meant to be spry and witty but coming from a (mainly) young set of actors, it makes me wonder who this film is supposed to appeal to. People just don’t talk this way and while I can appreciate the New York setting - and the random nature of events that propel the film forward, it just ends up coming across as a film trying to be way smarter than it really is. Selena Gomez is miscast as the romantic antagonist and despite a handful of entertaining scenes, the film ends up trying to force us down an unrealistic path of romantic bravado that few people will connect with.
  • Remarkable!

    By MightyB14
    Such a modern nostalgic film that really mixes many different decades and has a better than expected ending. One of my favorite films ever!
  • Delightfully Funny

    By David Barr Kirtley
    I'm not that familiar with Woody Allen, but I watched this on principle due to the censorship campaign against him. It starts out a little uneven, with jokes that feel a bit corny and dated, but it gets funnier and funnier as it goes. Elle Fanning is absolutely hilarious, and Allen's love for New York shines through in every frame. The ending felt a little abrupt and unsatisfying, but overall I thought this was a really smart, funny, feel-good movie, and it definitely made me curious to check out more of Woody Allen's work.