Annie Hall (1977)

Starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, the film begins with Alvy Singer (Allen), a comedian with a good career and two unremarkable romantic relationships. That all changes when his friend (Tony Roberts) introduces him to the lively Annie Hall (Keaton). Over time they begin to grow fond of each other and they spend lots of quality time together in New York. However, after a trip to Los Angeles, they decide to split up and Annie stays in California. Alvy realizes his love and goes to see her again. His proposal of marriage is rejected, however after some time passes he comes across Annie in New York and they remember all the good times. This comedy romance is a quirky Allen movie that uses sight gags, breaks the fourth wall, utilizes voice over, and has lengthy camera shots.This film is a lot about simply talking and it certainly has its moments of brilliance.

4.5/5 Stars

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