61. Annie Hall
Woody Allen’s career has been filled with ups and downs, Annie Hall is the point where he struck his stride. From this film he managed to release a new movie ever year and for the first 20 years they’ve almost all been critically adored.
Annie Hall tells of a man’s relationships, specifically his most recent one with Annie Hall. The film jumps all throughout his relationship history and goes into various fantasy pieces (including an extremely humorous animated segment).
Never has Diane Keaton looked more adorable than she does in this film. For decades this was the most realistic break-up film ever made. In the 40+ years since it’s release I can still only thing of two movies that have come close to matching it’s realism
This is a short one folks. If you’ve seen this film you know why it’s great, if you haven’t seen it I’d rather not ruin it for you. Here’s the trailer.
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