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    Annie Hall

    I watched it with my GF and loved it. I've never been a big fan of Woody Allen, but this one cracked me up.

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    most of his earlier films (hannah & her sisters and earlier) are classics.
    annie hall is great but always preferred manhattan & hannah & her sisters
    to it. have thought for a long time that stardust memories (smack in his
    classic period was way underrated). no one plays a bumbling, oversexed
    neurotic consistently better than woody. his frequent sidekicks diane keaton and
    tony roberts are always top-notch too.
    Last edited by ooga-booga; 10-23-09 at 05:51 AM.

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    Make it a point to watch Take the Money and Run, Sleeper and Bananas.
    If you liked Annie Hall, you ought to like those. These earlier movies were less moody.

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    ^^ +1. Annie Hall was his last good one, IMO.
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    Sorry, I didn't much like Annie Hall when I saw it many years ago.

    But, maybe I should give it another look see sometime as I have heard from a lot of people
    that it's quite good. Maybe I was too young then. Don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
    ^^ +1. Annie Hall was his last good one, IMO.
    I used to feel that way too, it took me to see a few movies to catch better ones.
    His work could be spotty, though my tastes have changed also.

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    ...this all reinforces my belief that if your problem can't be solved with thermite, the real problem is insufficient thermite.

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    I love Annie Hall

    really like Crimes and Misdemeanors

    kinda like Hannah

    get a few laughs out of the dubbed Japanese flick

    pretty much hate all his others.

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    A favorite movie. The lobster scene is great.. LA people take offense on all the hits on the West coast.. Woodie Allen movies. Always love the music . too.
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