Here’s an alternative thing to do on Sunday that’s slightly sunnier than weeping gently into your tattered sense of American security: BAM has free screenings of Manhattan, Woody Allen’s timeless love letter to the Big Apple, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Showtimes are 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30pm. The towers get a brief cameo in the film. But try not to strengthen your resolve in this city’s durability once the voice of Woody Allen starts waxing: “Chapter one: he was as tough and romantic as the city he loved …”
Take the brand, leave the borough.
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Of all the free outdoor movie series in Brooklyn every summer, the one at Fort Greene’s Habana Outpost (757 Fulton St.) remains my personal...