“Manhattan Murder Mystery” quotes(1993)
Plot – The premature death of a housewife from the West Side turns the members of New York’s literature élite in amateur detectives. Carol Lipton is the leader of the group and an ex-advertiser who left her career to take care of her son, becoming a skilled gastronome with the dream to open a restaurant. She is impulsive and indiscreet, so she immediately becomes suspicious of the neighbor’s death, causing the consternation of her husband who would prefer to ignore the event.
All actors – Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Jerry Adler, Lynn Cohen, Ron Rifkin, Joy Behar, William Addy, John Doumanian, Sylvia Kauders, Ira Wheeler, Alan Alda, Anjelica Huston, Melanie Norris, Marge Redmond, Zach Braff, George J. Manos, Linda Taylor, Aida Turturro, John Costelloe, Frank Pellegrino, Philip Levy, Wendell Pierce, Steven Randazzo, Yanni Sfinias, Gloria Irizarry, Ruth Last, Suzanne Raffaelli, John D. Bair, David Boston, Harry Lavin, Michael Luggioshow all
“Manhattan Murder Mystery” Quotes 6 quotes
“There's nothing wrong with you that can't be cured with a little Prozac and a polo mallet.”
“- Carol Lipton: Larry, I think it's time we reevaluated our lives.
- Larry Lipton: I've reevaluated our lives; I got a 10, you got a 6.”
“Save a little craziness for menopause!”
“My life is passing before my eyes. The worst part about it is that I'm driving a used car.”
“- Carol Lipton: Did you see this? This man in Missouri killed twelve victims, dismembered them, and ate them.
- Larry Lipton: Really? Well, it's an alternative lifestyle.”