Annie Hall (1977): Woody Allen stars as a neurotic comedian, Alvy Singer, who enters into a relationship with his emotional opposite, Annie Hall.
Directed by Woody Allen
Yeah, it’s a great film. But why does Reel13 have to bring Annie Hall around again every six months or so? Any even infrequent viewer of Reel13 has already seen it
Why not instead bring some of the other early Woody Allen classics discussed elsewhere on this website, Sleeper, Bananas or Love and Death?
Reel13’s classic movies can get pretty repetitious with all the repeat showings of the same films. It’s like your uncle who has a small, single shelf DVD cabinet.
I am an occasional Reel13 viewer (usually just catching the indie selections). I hadn’t seen Annie Hall in years, so it was great seeing recently; it was even better than I remembered.
Why don’t you put the commentary from the show on the Web Page? I could listen to it all if I did not have competing things to do.
I thoroughly enjoyed this film. Its easy to see why Woody Allen is a master at his craft and in a class by himself. There will never be another like him. I do see some of his anticts used by today’s actors but as they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.