The second-biggest question when watching The Only Living Boy in New York is how you’re going to get that Simon and Garfunkel tune out of your head afterwards. 474 more words
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The Only Living Boy in New York Directed by Marc Webb, screenplay by Allan Loeb
By Pamela Zoslov
Simon and Garfunkel are having a pretty good year, with two movies named after their decades-old songs, “Baby Driver” and “The Only Living Boy in New York,” a tune that was a thinly veiled message from Paul Simon to Art Garfunkel, who had flown to Mexico to film Catch-22 (“Tom, get your plane right on time/I know your part’ll go fine”). 826 more words
Pajama-style ensemble is hard to impress but this patterned number on Kate is cool!
Clearly, Ashley’s floral cardigan and boots got our attention — and surely, thumbs up! 18 more words
Courtesy of Mongrel, we’re giving viewers in Toronto and Vancouver the opportunity to win run of engagement passes to see THE ONLY LIVING BOY IN NEW YORK! 190 more words