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15 Minutes (2001)
140 West 57th St.: On this spot, the site of the former theme restaurant Planet Hollywood, crazed killers Oleg (Oleg Taktarov) and Emil (Karen Roden) sat at a table and watched on a large tv screen as the home video og their torture and execution of detective Eddie Flemming (Robert De Niro) was broadcast over the airwaves on a tabloid news show, giving them their 15 minutes of fame.
Addicted to Love (1997)
5th Ave. & 7th St., Washington Square Park: This is where Maggie (Meg Ryan) would sit and plot revenge with lover Sam (Mathew Broderick).
180 Prince St.: Raoul's Restaurant was where Sam (Matthew Broderick) got a job as a dishwasher and exacted his revenge against Anton (Tcheky Karyo).
The Addiction (1995)
70 Washington Square South, Elmer Holmes Bobst Library: This library is a good place to study. And study is What Kathleen Conklin (Lili Taylor) did in the Addiction. She spent many nights researching the subject, until she became a vampire and added to the suffering by killing people.
All That Jazz (1979)
1900 Broadway, Fioreloís: This is where the producers of the show met with director Lucas Sergeant (John Lithgow) and offered him to replace Joe Gideon (Roy Scheider) who was in the hospital .
A Perfect Murder (1998)
5th Ave. & 82nd St.: The Metropolitan Museum of Art was the site of gala affair that Steven Taylor (Michael Douglas) and his young wife Emily (Gwyneth Paltrow) attended.
7 East 91st St.: This building was where Steven and Emily lived.
43rd St & 1st Ave.: The United Nations was where Emily worked as an interpreter.
Washington Square Park: This is where Steven makes a payoff to David Shaw (Viggo Mortensen) in return for his silence about the attempted murder of his wife Emily.
Annie Hall (1977)
63rd St. & Columbus Ave.: This is where Alvie Singer (Woody Allen) parted ways with Annie Hall (Diane Keaton) at the very end of the movie.
East 66th St between 2nd and 3rd Avenues: This is where Alvie was talking with close friend Rob (Tony Roberts) about life.
Wall St. & East River, Wall Street Tennis Courts: Alvie and Annie emerged from these courts and Annie offered Alvie a wild ride in her Volkswagen Beetle.
Grand Central Station: The main room of this station was bombarded with asteroids.
Corner of Lexington & 42nd St: The Chrysler Building was hit with debris from outer space.
Intersection of Broadway & 5th Ave. at 23rd St., Flatiron Building: This is where a vendor was peddling small Godzilla toys, as the first wave of meteorites fell to earth.
The Art of War (2000)
United Nations, Secretariat Building, 1st Ave. & 41st St.: Secretary General Douglas Thomas (Donald Sutherland) and his assistant Eleonor (Anne Archer) worked in favor of a trade agreement with China, and others wanted it scrapped. The trick lay in knowing who was on which side and it often fell to Neil Shaw (Wesley Snipes), who officially didnít exist, but performed services on behalf of the United Nations, to keep things running smoothly.
As Good As It Gets (1997)
24 5th Ave.: This is the restaurant where Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) walked every day avoiding cracks on the sidewalk.
31-33 West 12th St.: This was Melvin Udall's home.
5 Ave., between 59th & 60th St. Grand Army Plaza: Alvin Sanders (Jamie Foxx) is going to help the Feds catch a killer. And in this plaza answered a ringing phone and was told the man he was supposed to meet was sitting on one of the benches on the plaza.
Being John Malkovich (1999)
235 West 44th St, Broadhurst Theater: Maxine (Catherine Keener) showed up and took John into his dressing room, where they engaged in a little afternoon delight.
5th Ave. & 58th St, F.A.O. Schwarz: This is were Mr. MacMillan (Robert Loggia) and Josh Baskin (Tom Hanks) were dancing on the floor piano.
32 West 23rd St.: These where the corporate offices of MacMillan Toys where Josh climbed the corporate ladder pretty quickly.
Big Daddy (1999)
Cherry Hill. Overlooking the Lake, Central Park: Spotting Layla (Joey Lauren Adams) near the lake, Sonny (Adam Sandler) enlisted the help of young Julian (Cole and Dylan Sprouse) to win a date with the attorney.
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
Tiffany's, 5th Ave. & 58th St.: Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) was standing in front of the windows of Tiffany's eating her breakfast.
Brewster's Millions (1985)
59th St, West of 5th Ave., The Plaza Hotel: This is where Monty Brewster (Richard Pryor) resided during the 30 day period in which he had to spend $ 30.000.000.
101 Park Ave.: At this building Monty met with some lawyers to discuss about the money.
Chasing Amy (1997)
East Houston & Suffolk St. Meow Mix: This is where comic book creator Holden Mc Neil (Ben Affleck) thought he had finally met the woman for him but finally learned during the course of the evening that Alyssa Jones (Joey Lauren Adams), the object of his crush, was already involved, with another woman.
City Hall (1996)
East End Ave. & 88th St., Gracie Mansion: This is the real residence of the New York Mayor and where many scenes of this movie, starring Al Pacino and John Cusack, were shot.
222 West 45th St.: This is where John Pappas (Al Pacino) and Frank Anselmo (Danny Aiello) met to discuss the shooting death of a small child.
1st Ave. & 63rd St.: This is where Brian Flanagan (Tom Cruise) applied for a bartending job and met Douglas Coughlin (Bryan Brown).
Broadway between 67th and 68th Streets: In front of this plaza is where Brian had a big fight with Bonnie (Lisa Banes).
Conspiracy Theory (1997)
33 East 17th St., Barnes & Noble Bookstore: At this bookstore is where Jerry Fletcher (Mel Gibson) bought a copy of "The Catcher in the Rye" and set off an alarm that had him chased by men in helicopters and in motorcycles.
100 Centre St., Criminal Court: This is where Jerry ended up after following a familiar-looking man; and confirmed that the CIA operated from that building.
Coyote Ugly (2000)
53 1st Ave. between 9th & 10th St.: This is the true location, however, in coyote ugly, the barís location was moved to the Meat Packing District, in and around 14th St. Gansevoort St. and Washington St., many blocks west of here.
Crocodile Dundee (1986)
59 St. West of 5th Ave., The Plaza Hotel: Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) stayed in this hotel and charmed the hotel staff.
Broadway & 60th St. Subway Entrance: Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) had agreed to marry another man, and this is where Mick descended the staircase to talk with her.
Ave. B & 7th St.: Mick defended the honor of two ladies at this location. Unbeknownst to Mick, however, the ladies were hookers and the man he belted was their pimp.
1 Centre St., Subway Station Stairs: A mugger pulled a knife on Mick Dundee, and he said: "That's not a knife" and then he pulled out his own much larger weapon, and he said:" That's a knife".
Cruel Intentions (1999)
East 79th St., The Ukrainian Institute: From within its walls, Kathryn (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and her step brother Sebastian (Ryan Phillippe) lived here without parental supervision.
Rockefeller Plaza. The Rainbow Room : This is where George Bond (Wallace Shawn) was taken to celebrate his 50th birthday.
Grand Central Station, Lockers: The phone rang late at night and a soothing yet firm voice instructed C.W. Briggs (Woody Allen) to steal some jewels from thee mansion of one of his firmís clients.
Desperately Seeking Susan (1985)
St. Mark's Place, Dojo Restaurant: Just west of this restaurant, Roberta (Rosanna Arquette) followed the elusive Susan (Madonna) and accidentally knocked over a vendor's wares.
Battery Park: Roberta had an encounter along this promenade with someone who was searching for Susan.
Devil's Advocate (1997)
Central Park at 94th St., Reservoir: Eddie Barzoom (Jeffrey Jones) was out for a run and he was pursued by demonic beings who assumed the forms of New York's homeless before beating him to death just off the Reservoir path.
Municipal Building Plaza: John Milton (Al Pacino) walked alongside young protťgť Kevin Lomax (Keanu Reeves) in this plaza.
Devil's Own, The (1997)
Municipal Building Plaza: Rory/Frankie (Brad Pitt) escaped from the back of a police car and shooting officer Eddie Diaz (Ruben Blades) and Tom Oí Meara (Harrison Ford) ran through this plaza to catch Rory.
Die Hard With a Vengeance (1995)
72nd St. & Broadway, Subway Station Entrance: This is where John McClane (Bruce Willis) and Zeus (Samuel Jackson) race to pick up the pay phone in order to beat the deadline imposed by the mad bomber Simon (Jeremy Irons).
Ave. A & 7th St., Tompkins Square Park: In this park there was a fountain (not there in real life) where John and Zeus struggled to solve a riddle in order to prevent the detonation of a bomb.
William & Liberty St., Federal Reserve Building: This is where Simon and his team tried to remove the city's gold supply. Sam went in through the front entrance, others drove trucks along the side of the building.
Don't Say a Word (2001)
2109 Broadway (at 74th St.), The Ansonia: Dr. Nathan Conrad (Michael Douglas), his wife Aggie (Famke Janssen) and their daughter Jessie (Skye McCole Bartusiak) went to sleep on the night before Thanksgiving, hoping to see the Bart Simpson balloon in the next day parade, but when Dr. Conrad woke to find his daughter had been kidnapped.
Dressed to Kill (1980)
5th Ave. & 82nd St. Metropolitan Museum of Art: This is where Kate Liller (Angie Dickinson) play cat and mouse with a mysterious man. She wandered the rooms of the museum and searched through the various galleries after having lost her glove; she then exited the museum and proceeded down the stairs.
Everyone Says I Love You (1986)
718 5th Ave. Harry Winstong Jewlers: At this store, Holden (Edward Norton) wanted to buy his girlfriend Skyler (Drew Barrymore) an engagement ring and brought along his girlfriend's sister D.J. (Natasha Lyonne) for help.
120 West 56th St.: This is where Vond (Julia Roberts) bought an airline ticket to Paris.
Fatal Attraction (1987)
10 East 53rd St., Harper Collins Building: This is where attorney Dan Galagher (Michael Douglas) attended a Saturday meeting while his wife and daughter were out of town.
Finding Forrester (2000)
Hayden Planetariumís Rose Center for Earth and Space, 81 St., west of Central Park West: Jamal Wallace (Rob Brown) and his friend Claire (Anna Paquin) came here to discussed how Claire ended up at the Mailor-Callow School and the possibility that their friendship might move to another level.
7th Ave. & 32nd St., Madison Square Garden: Jamal Wallace (Rob Brown) convinced recluse William Forrester (Sean Connery) to leave his apartment and celebrate his birthday by attending a basketball game.
First Deadly Sin, The (1980)
300 East 74th St., at 2nd Ave.: There was a madman committing acts of pure evil with the help of a hammer. But Detective Ed Delancey (Frank Sinatra) was on the case and his research, his leads and his hunches led him to this building, where he convinced a doorman to give him access to the serial killerís apartment.
The Fisher King (1991)
5th Ave. between 59th & 60th St., Statue: This is where radio talk show host Jack Lucas (Jeff Bridges) sat trying to drink away his sorrows.
146 West 57 St., Metropolitan Tower: This imposing structure was Jack's home.
Fouls Rush In ( 1997)
72nd St & Amsterdam Ave., Gray's Papaya: This was Alex's (Matthew Perry) favorite place.
F/X ( 1986)
90 Park Ave., between 39th & 40th St: This is where Leo McCarthy (Brian Dennehy) visited colonel Mason (Mason Adams) to try and get some answers after a series of strange events.
112 Mercer St.: A few floors up in this loft building, San Wheat (Patrick Swayze) and Molly Jensen (Demmi Moore) lived together.
Broad St. & Wall St., The Federal Building: This is where Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg), at the insistence of Sam gave away $4.000.000 to the shocked nuns from the Saint Joseph's shelter for the homeless.
2 Columbus Circle: This is where the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man materialized and began his trek up Central Park West to do battle with Ray (Dan Aykayod), Egon (Harold Ramis) and Peter (Bill Murray).
55 Central Park West: This was the home of Danna Barret (Sigourney Weaver) and Louis Tully (Rick Moranis). This building was the crossover for the ghostbusters, the ghosts, ghouls and goblins that invaded New York City.
116th St. & Broadway, Columbia University: Peter, Ray and Egon worked at Columbia University and after being booted from their office, they sat out of the university grounds and pondered their next move.
5th Ave. & 40th - 42nd St., New York Public Library: This is where the ghostbusters come running out the front doors of the library and down the stairs after having encountered a ghost.
The Godfather (1972)
60 Centre St., New York Supreme Court Building: Carlito Grigante (Al Pacino) came down the stairs of this building.
200 Park Ave., The MetLife Building: It looks OK now but Godzilla broke this building really bad.
Broadway & 24th St.: This is where biologist Nick (Matthew Broderick) planned to lure Godzilla by dumping truckloads of fish in a huge pile
South Street Seaport: This is the very spot where Godzilla first stepped when he emerged from the East river.
Green Card (1990)
26 Federal Plaza: After having a test to determine if they were really married, Bronte (Andy McDowell) and Georges (Gerard Depardieu) walked out of this building.
60 West 76th St.: This was the home of Bronte.
1071 5th Ave. Guggenheim Museum. (between 88th & 89th St.): Having just learned of their fatherís death, Ophelia (Julia Stiles) And Laertes (Live Schreiber) confronted the wicked Claudius (Kyle MacLachlan) near the upper part of the museum.
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
2 East 55th St., The St. Regis Hotel: This was the site of the first secret rendezvous between Elliot (Michael Caine) and his wife's sister Lee (Barbara Hershey).
Broadway & 66th St., Tower Records: Although the original layout was changed when the store was renovated in the mid-90s, this is the same place where Mickey Sachs (Woody Allen) spotted former sister-in-law Holly (Dianne Wiest).
33 East 76th St., Carlyle Restaurant: Mickey took Holly to the cafe Carlyle to hear Bobby Short sing.
Hi Life (1998)
477 Amsterdam Ave. (at 83rd St), Hi Life Bar & Grill: Ray (Campbell Scott) was a bartender here.
39 Ave. A, Two Boots Pizza: This is where Ray got into a fight with a grumpy "Santa Claus".
Home Alone II (1992)
59th St., West of 5th Ave., The Plaza Hotel: This is where Kevin McAllister (Macaulay Culkin) checked in under the suspicious eye of the hotel's concierge.
5th Ave. between 49th & 50th St., Rockefeller Center: Standing at the edge of this plaza, gazing at the Christmas tree and the skating ring below; Kevin prayed for the only thing he wanted that Christmas - to be reunited with his family.
Battery Park Promenade, Statue of Liberty in view: In one scene Kevin stood alone the railing and admired the Statue of Liberty through one of the viewing machines.
It Could Happen to You (1994)
712 5th Ave. (between 55th & 56th St.) Hendi Bendel Store : After winning the lottery, Muriel (Rosie Perez) and husband Charlie (Nicolas Cage) went on a shopping spree to spend some of their newfound wealth.
City Hall, Broadway & Park Row: He won the lottery, but when he put his life on the line to thwart a robbery attempt in a grocery store, the entire city share in his success. For his efforts, police officer Charlie (Nicolas Cage) receive a citation for bravery on the steps of City hall.
King Kong (1933)
5th Ave., & 34th St., The Empire State Building: An ape named King Kong, carrying Fay Wray, climbed to the top of this building.
King of New York (1990)
59th St., West of 5th Ave., The Plaza Hotel: After his release from prison, Frank White (Christopher Walken) used The Plaza as the base of operations as he intended to reclaim his crown as King of New York.
46th St. & 7th Ave.: After being injured in a shoot-out, Frank sat bleeding in the back seat of a taxi at this intersection.
Malcolm X (1992)
6th Ave., & 54th St., Hilton Hotel: Malcolm X (Denzel Washington) took a room here to get some work done.
1703 2nd Ave. between 88th & 89th St., Elaine's: At this food and drink institution, Isaac (Woody Allen), Tracy (Mariel Hemingway), Yale (Michael Murphy) and Emily (Anne Byrne) sat at a table at the beginning of the movie and discussed the essence of life, art and courage.
108 East 89th St., The Dalton School: This was Tracy's a high school and where Isaac met her after school one day.
59th St. Bridge, (QueensBoro Bridge): Isaac and Mary (Diane Keaton) sat on a bench just south of the bridge, talking in it's splendor.
Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)
Bryant Park. Fountain: Larry (Woody Allen) meet up with his wife Carol (Diane Keaton) alongside the fountain.
10 East 53rd St. HarperCollins Building: At this building Larry (Woody Allen), who was an editor for Marsha (Angelica Huston) had an office.
21 West 52nd St. The 21 Club: Larry and Carol took their son Nick (Zach Braff) here to celebrate Nickís Birthday.
Married to the Mob (1988)
2100 Broadway, Apple Bank for Savings: Angela De Marco (Michelle Pfeiffer) got off the M104 public bus and walked by the bank while FBI agent Mike Downey (Matthew Modine), was trailing her climbed out the top of the bus.
Meet Joe Black (1998)
2 East 61st St., Pierre Hotel Tower: This is where a mysterious stranger (Brad Pitt) visited mogul William Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) at his apartment during a family dinner.
Men in Black (1997)
Battery Place between Greenwich & Washington St., Administration Building: In several scenes, we see Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) and Jay (Will Smith) walk into this building, the headquarters of the organization.
Midnight Run (1988)
Grand Central Station, Main Room: Jack Walsh (Robert DeNiro) and " The Duke" (Charles Grodin) walked thought the middle of this concourse as they headed to the train platform.
Mighty Aphrodite (1995)
5th Ave. & 58th St, F.A.O. Schwarz: Lenny (Woody Allen) with his adopted son Max, ran into Linda Ash (Mira Sorvino) with her daughter, inside the store.
175 West 72nd St.: Lenny decided to locate the biological mother of the child that he and his wife Maria (Helena Bonham Carter) had adopted. During his quest, he talked to someone right in front of this building.
333 East 75th St.: This was where Linda Ash (Mira Sorvino), Lenny's adopted son biological mother lived.
85 5th Ave.: This building is where Lenny worked as a sportswriter.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Central Park West & 77th St., Museum of Natural History Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) discovered that Santa Claus who was scheduled to ride on one of the floats at the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, was drunk and had to be replaced. All this happened in front of the Museum
60 Centre St., New York Supreme Court Building: All the courtroom scenes took place in this building.
Moonstruck ( 1987)
Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Opera House: Loretta (Cher) met Ronnie Cammareri (Nicholas Cage) for his dream date at the Metropolitan Opera House.
9 1/2 Weeks (1986)
222 West 23rd St. Chelsea Hotel: Elizabeth (Kim Basinger) was attracted to John (Mickey Rourke), but when their latest "session" was to include another woman, Elizabeth realized it was time to rethink the relationship. This is where Elizabeth met John.
Night Hawks ( 1981)
63rd St & 1st Ave., Roosevelt Island tram: A band of terrorists had taken hostages aboard the tram and Da Silva (Sylvester Stallone) was lowered from a helicopter to receive one of the hostages.
Private Parts (1997)
110 East 42nd St.: Howard Stern (Bobby Borrello) followed his father Ben (Richard Portnow) into this building, where the elder Mr. Stern worked as a radio engineer.
6th Ave. & 42nd St., Bryant Park: With a few thousand screaming fans Howard Stern ends the movie in this small park..
NBC Studios. Rockefeller Center, 50th St. Entrance: Howard Stern followed a furious Robin Quivers ( both playing themselves) outside this NBC entrance.
Radio Days (1987)
1260 Avenue of Americas, Radio City Music Hall: One of his fondest and most vivid memories of childhood connected to an old radio song was when his aunt Bee (Dianne Wiest) and her boyfriend took Joe (Seth Green) to Radio City Music hall.
1067 5th Ave. between 87th and 88th St.: This building was home to wealthy Tom Mullen (Mel Gibson) and his wife Kate (Rene Russo), as well as their son Sean (Brawley Nolte), who was kidnapped while in Central Park.
1261 Madison Ave., at 90th St.: A chase took place on this street between Tom Mullen and the Kidnapper, Jimmy (Gary Sinise).
Bethesda Fountain (Central Park) : This is where Jimmy kidnapped the son of Tom Muller.
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
1 West 72nd St. The Dakota: Rosemary's husband Guy (John Cassavetes) made a pact with the devil at this building.
41 West 50th St, Rockefeller Center Garage: There was a saboteur on the loose, and Barry Kane (Robert Cummings) was the primary suspect. He was taken by car into this garage, and then upstairs to the offices of American Newsreel, Inc.
Statue of Liberty: Running from the cops, Mr.Fry (Norman Lloyd) climbed to the top, and then his nemesis, Barry Kane (Robert Cummings) arrive. Barry did his best to save Fry, grabbing onto his sleeve and holding on for dear life. But the sleeve ripped away from the jacket and Fry plunged to his death, with Barry holding onto nothing but the sleeve.
Sea of Love (1989)
48 West 63rd St.: Frank Keller (Al Pacino) and Sherman Touhey (John Goodman) played New York City cops who went undercover to capture a serial killer. At this tavern "O'Neal's Balloon" in a table not far from the windows onto 63rd St. Keller and Touhey placed personals ads to try to find the killer. One of the women answering Keller's ad was Helen (Ellen Barkin).
Secret of My Success (1987)
Lincoln Center. The Metropolitan Opera House: Brantley Foster (Michael Fox) and Christy Wills (Helen Slater) attended the opera while their limousine awaited their return in a very unlikely spot- right next to the fountain and the very end of the movie.
101 Park Ave.: Brantley worked in this building.
8th Ave. & 42nd St., Port Authority Terminal: Brantley exited the Port Authority bus terminal and emerged from the entrance.
915 Broadway (at 21st St.), Metronome: After a friendly dinner inside the restaurant turned deadly, John Shaft (Samuel L. Jackson) took up the case and pursued it even after giving up his police shield.
8th Ave. & 46th St., McHale's: Sean Nokes (Kevin Bacon) was sat eating his meal when Tommy (Billy Crudup) and John (Ron Eldard) recognized him; reminded him of his transgressions, and brutally shot him dead.
MacDougal St., Minetta Tavern: Attorney Michael (Brad Pitt) came here for a secret reunion with the defendants John and Tommy.
Centre St., Municipal Building, Bench under Archway: Michael sat on a bench right here with life-long friend Shakes (Jason Patric).
Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
350 5th Ave. The Empire State Building: At the observation deck, Annie Reed (Meg Ryan) finally had her rendezvous with widower Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks).
The Siege (1998)
Brooklyn Bridge: General Bill Devereaux (Bruce Willis) lumbered over the Brooklyn Bridge and set up camp.
Small Time Crooks (2000)
2182 Broadway, Ruby Fooís: Ray (Woody Allen) was greeted by his wife cousin May (Elaine May), who was dinning inside the restaurant.
1165 Park Ave., at 92nd St.: Ray (Woody Allen) and his wife Frenchy (Tracey Ullman) moved into an enormous apartment in this building.
Hotel Washington-Jefferson, 318 West 51st St.: Ray (Woody Allen) had a brilliant idea to make money; buy a store, dig from its basement into the bank two doors down, and remove all the cash. But there is a problem; the store had just been purchased by a woman named Nettie Goldberg. Ray went to make her an offer, and when he arrive, faced an even bigger surprise, finding out that Nettie was none other than Benny (Jon Lovitz), another small crook Ray known in prison. After hearing Rayís plan, Benny agreed to join Rayís gang.
Summer of Sam (1999)
254 West 54th St, Studio 54: Vinnie (John Leguziamo) and Dionna (Mira Sorvino) came her to be with fellow lovers of the disco beat, but things didnít work out the way it was hoped.
CBGB (OMFUG). 315 Bowery: On a typically hot night, a nervous Vinnie (John Leguziamo) and his wife Dionna (Mira Sorvino) came here to see their friend Richie (Adrien Brody), who was one of the musical acts on the bill. But they live in the world of disco, and as this, the heart of the punk scene, was just too weird for them, they got in their car and headed for greener pastures.
220 East 42nd St., between 2nd & 3rd Aves., The News Building: This building housed the Daily Planet, the paper that employed Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Cub Reporter Jimmy Olson and gruff editor Perry White.
Thomas Crown Affair, The (1999)
Harry Cipriani, in the Sherry Netherland Hotel, 781 5th Ave., at 59th St.: Insurance investigator Catherine Banning (Rene Russo) and billionaire industrialist Thomas Crown (Pierce Brosnan) came here for dinner.
16 East 68th St.: Thomas Crown (Pierce Brosnan) lived in this grand home with his artwork and his wealth.
5 Ave. & 82nd St, Metropolitan Museum of Art: Thomas Crown (Pierce Brosnan) came in and out of this museum during the entire movie and towards the end he returned a painting to the wall, while confusing a whole police squad.
460 West 42nd St., National Video Center: Outside this building is where Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman) waited for Julie Nichols (Jessica Lange).
Unfaithfully Yours (1984)
1009 Park Ave., at 85th St.: This is where Claude Eastman (Dudley Moore) lived with wife Daniella (Nastassja Kinski).
200 5th Ave.: This is where Claude's private detective had his office.
Wall Street (1987)
Central Park & 68th St., Tavern on the Green: After meeting Gordon Gecko (Michael Douglas) in Central Park, Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) walked toward the entrance to Tavern on the Green and into a restroom within.
21 West 52nd St., The 21 Club: This is where Gordon and Bud met for lunch and when Gordon gave Bud a check for $1.000.000 to invest.
When Harry Met Sally (1989)
5th Ave. & 86th St., Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Egyptian Pavilion: This is where Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) wandered one sunny afternoon.
Park Drive East at 74th St., Loeb Boathouse Cafe: This is where Sally had lunch with her friends.
Washington Square Park: Harry and Sally parted ways in front of the Arch when they first arrived in New York City.
205 East Houston, Katz's Delicatessen: This is where Harry and Sally were eating lunch and where Sally gave Harry a simulated loud orgasm.
Columbus Circle & Central Park West: This is where book editor Will Randall (Jack Nicholson) use to walked by.
Central Park West & 61st St., Mayflower Hotel: Will rented a room here after discovering that his wife was having an affair with a colleague.
You've Got Mail (1998)
106 West 69th St., Maya Schaper Cheese & Antiques: This was Kathleen Kelly's (Meg Ryan) independent book shop.
201 West 83rd St., Cafe Lalo: Kathleen was here, book and flower in hand, ready to meet her secret e-mail pal when Joe (Tom Hanks) showed up and ruined everything.
2245 Broadway, Zabar's: This popular food institution is where Kathleen found her self on the cash only check out line, with too little cash, and Joe came to her rescue.
River Side Park & 91st St., Community Garden: At the end of the movie Kathleen and Joe (and his dog) finally met.