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Annie Hall
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director(s): Woody Allen
Release Date: 01 January 1977
Movie rating: 8.1
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What is the movie Annie Hall about?
A 1977 romantic comedy directed, co-written and starring Woody Allen represents one of the highlights of his long and illustrious career. In it he plays Alvy Singer, a neurotic comedian with a history of bad relationships. At the beginning of the film he tries to comprehend what went wrong in his relationship with Annie Hall (Diane Keaton), a woman he was madly in love with. Then the story gradually takes us back to the moment they first met, the beginnings of their romance, showing a fresh new couple enjoying themselves and each other’s company. Then, steadily, we see their relationship deteriorate until they call it quits. Alvy tries dating other people but feels less than fulfilled. Annie and he reunite briefly and commit to staying together through all the eventual perils, but soon they realize that their relationship simply isn’t working. He makes one last desperate attempt to keep her by proposing. Annie rebuffs his proposal and he goes through the usual stages of dealing with loss. Ultimately, we see them together after a long time, both of them seeing other people, but still being able to talk as friends. “Annie Hall” was the turning point of Allen’s career, pushing him towards more serious subjects and more subtle humor. The movie won the Academy award for best picture, Allen went home with two Oscars (best director and best original script), and Diane Keaton also won an Oscar for the best actress.
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Speranza Couture @ 24-Aug-2014 18:22 Report a spam

Woody Allen never created a more enjoyable film. “Annie Hall” is as innovative and clever as any movie has ever been. What makes “Annie Hall” such a great film is Allen's carefree screenplay and direction, in which he breaks all of the rules, giving the viewer the sense that anything can happen. Allen makes us characters into his story by talking to the camera, telling us jokes, and sharing his opinions with us.

Bianca Szathmári @ 24-Aug-2014 18:22 Report a spam

“Annie Hall” presents not just a good romantic comedy; it is a film that engages some unusual storytelling techniques. Actors speak directly to the audience, characters interact with strangers on the street who just happen to know the answers to the personal questions posed, there is a brief animation scene, etc. While none of these approaches were new in 1977, their execution was inspired. `Annie Hall' is like a fond memory, or a favorite old song – anytime I have discussed this film with others their smiling expressions are usually tinged with a hint of nostalgia, because one can look back on either their past or current relationship and do what precious few films allow us to do – relate on a personal level.

Ausilio Oleary @ 24-Jul-2014 10:10 Report a spam

The best part of Annie Hall is its incredible screenplay-the best ever to be written. Not a word is wasted nor a line unquotable. Except here, while Allen's early films had thrived on streams of one-liners, Allen doesn't go for cheap laughs-each line is simultaneously hilarious and poignant. Everything is part of a greater whole. We laugh because it's funny, but there's a greater dynamic at work in Annie Hall. This is a story not exclusively about a relationship between two people, but also a musing on 70's politics, drugs, East Coast/West Coast rivalry, narcissism, religion, celebrity, and several other topics with which Allen deals with extraordinary ease.

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