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David Billnitzer over 1 year ago
Hilarious but painfully familiar story of relationships. We've all been there.
Haydn Line over 2 years ago
a grower
Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
A really beautifully crafted film. Funny and sad.
Molly Flanagan 5 years ago
I would've finished the whole movie if carol kane had written/directed/starred
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Vintage Allen. Funny, observant, smart. Still Keaton's best role.
Marcel over 5 years ago
Great movie. The story/dialogues are very clever and neurotic but a tad too pretentious
Tyler Nicholson 6 years ago
La de da
Charlie Alcock over 6 years ago
Meta meta meta
Amira Mohamed over 6 years ago
Genuinely clever and sad. Original.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano over 6 years ago
Really enjoyed it, the humor and the story.
Alex Perez over 6 years ago
Woody Allen's very best.
Ferşat Özçelik over 6 years ago
a huge film. cleverly.
Jacqui Hocking almost 7 years ago
He can do no wrong. Love.
Austin almost 7 years ago
I love this film. It gives me hope, spreading a smile across my face even after a bad day.
Sebastian Villegas 7 years ago
Sincere, funny and well acted. There's a reason it's a classic.
Natasha Marchev 7 years ago
LOL!
Germán Sabina Serrat 7 years ago
Si Manhataan es la imagen, annie es el guión. Comedia trascendente, divertida: Genial.
sf 7 years ago
Ranks up there with The Marx Brothers. Almost Sublime
emilio murillo over 7 years ago
Woody Allen's everlasting classic.
Daniel Jones over 7 years ago
Woody Allen's genius is displayed best in Annie Hall.
Annie Hall is a 1977 American romantic comedy directed by Woody Allen from a screenplay co-written with Marshall Brickman and co-starring Diane Keaton. One of Allen's most popular and most honored films, it won four Academy Awards including Best Picture. Roger Ebert described it as "just about everyone's favorite Woody Allen movie". Allen had previously been known as a maker of zany comedies; the director has described Annie Hall as "a major turning point", as it brought a new level of seriousness to his work. The film is set in New York City, Chippewa Falls, WI, and Los Angeles. Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) is a neurotic comedian, attempting to maintain a relationship with the seemingly ditzy but exuberant Annie (Diane Keaton). The film chronicles their relationship over several years, intercut with various imaginary trips into each other's history (Annie is able to "see" Alvy's family when he was only a child, and likewise Alvy observes Annie's past relationships). In the first...
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