Tracy’s New York Life Blog
OtsoNY recently caught up with the lady behind the popular ‘Tracy’s New York Life’ blog.
Asked about modern-day New York films, Tracy explained, “I feel ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is one of the best, with terrific scenes of Downtown and Midtown, and I especially like the scenes of the city waking up. ‘P.S. I Love You’ also features some beautiful shots of Manhattan. If only we all had an apartment like that one! ‘Elf’ is a good holiday flick, although we all know that Gimbel’s isn’t really here!”
“Ed Burns does a great job as a modern filmmaker and I adore all of his films. He loves to use NYC as a backdrop and does the city proud each time. I always look forward to his next endeavour. I also can’t help but love the classic ‘When Harry Met Sally’ because showing New York in all four seasons is like dessert to me. I can never get enough. ‘You’ve Got Mail’ is sentimental because it was filmed very close to where I live and I frequent the 91st Street Garden in Riverside Park, which is where the closing scene is set.”
Tracy’s New York blog is updated daily with new content. “I love writing about people as well as personal experiences,” explained Tracy. “Especially those New Yorkisms that people who live here understand and people who don’t live here find amusing. I really enjoy writing about almost anything that is New York-centric.”
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- Popular NYC Film Locations
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