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1978 Academy Award Winner! Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress & Best Original Screenplay
â€śThere are a lot of pretenders to the throne of the great American romantic comedy â€¦ but Annie Hall remains the classic.â€ť â€“ Jamie N. Christley, Slate Magazine
One of the greatest, and most hilariously neurotic, screen romances of all-time was unleashed upon the world via a comically mismatched relationship between a nerdy New York comedian and his beguilingly ditzy girlfriend in Woody Allenâ€™s iconic, multiple Oscar-winner Annie Hall. â€śAnnie and I broke up, and I still canâ€™t get my mind around that,â€ť admits Woody Allenâ€™s stand-up comic Alvy Singer, and while Diane Keatonâ€™s charming and tightly-wound Annie Hall stammers, stops and starts, laughs nervously, and â€ślah-dee-dahs,â€ť he looks back on his sometimes moving, often ridiculous difficulties with women (â€śSex with you is really a Kafkaesque experience,â€ť observes one-night-stand Shelley Duvall), narrating his own life story, breaking the fourth wall and directly addressing the camera in the midst of a scene, and standing in the background of moments of his and Annieâ€™s past - all in service of desperately trying to figure out where it all went wrong with Annie. Along the rocky road to coupling, our screwball couple crack wise on such topics as pretentious New York intellectuals, Los Angeles airheads, endless therapy, movies vs. television, the absurdity of dating rituals, anti-Semitism, drugs, lobsters, and, in one of the filmâ€™s best set pieces, repressed Midwestern WASP insanity vs. crazy Brooklyn Jewish nuttiness. Hailed as Allenâ€™s critical breakthrough film â€“ his first (and, many say, his best) attempt to situate real poignancy alongside the laughs â€“ Annie Hall became a box-office blockbuster, started fashion trends (in the form of Keatonâ€™s rumpled menswear look), and became a cultural touchstone for all modern romantic comedies that followed. (Dir. by Woody Allen, 1977, 93 mins., Rated PG) 35mm