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arunraj

Honey, there's a spider in your bathroom the size of a Buick.
I did it. I killed 'em both.
What's the matter? What are you sad about? What did you want me to do? Capture 'em and rehabilitate 'em?
12 years ago
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Holden7

Am i the only one who found Allen's character extremely annoying? What a little bitch...
11 years 5 months ago
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Siskoid

heralded by many as Woody Allen's masterpiece, and attacked by others for being intellectual and over-rated (ha! so am I!), interested me more for its structure and narrative tricks than it did for its story and dialog, but I did generally like the whole package. It's really quite clever how it tells the story of a failed relationship (between Woody's character and Diane Keaton's, only in part based on their own love affair) as you would actually tell a story to people, some of whom might have been present. In effect, it means there's hyperbole, there's talking to the camera, there's imagination run amok, there are interventions by some of the other characters chiming in, and the chronological sequence is based on what need to know to understand the relationship and not actual passage of time. It's just like How I Met Your Mother, folks, and now that I think of it, I got it into my head to watch this film after HIMYM's Ted Mosby said it was his favorite movie. Nice tribute.
7 years 7 months ago
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252

Are Woody's movies an acquired taste? Because I've seen a couple now and none of them really grab me.
9 years 3 months ago
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dirte_lawndre

I thought it was okay, I can see why this movie is an influential comedy but it just didn't grab my interest plus I don't find Woody Allens character very likable.
10 years 6 months ago
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Qwertyfla

We use a large vibrating egg.
13 years 4 months ago
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CDF

This is legitimately a fantasy/fiction film. No woman in real life would ever be sexually attracted to Woody Allen. The movie starts with him whining, ends with him whining, and contains nothing but him whining.

Christopher Walken is the lone bright spot in this forgettable film.
12 years 4 months ago
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gacamelee

Only thing I could think about while watching this movie:
"Constantly talking does not necessarily mean communicating." - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Woody Allen, the perfect neurotic, cannot face his fundamental issues. Maybe he doesn't take drugs in the movie, but his constant anxieties and his non-stop talking cloud his mind like drugs would do.

I think it's difficult to like the character because he seems to enjoy torturing himself with his anxieties while trying to save himself from them.
6 years 1 month ago
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ClassicLady

I can't believe this movie made a whole nation go ga-ga. I've never liked Woody Allen or Diane Keaton which is one reason why I never watched this movie before. Allen is best when he is being the clumsy buffoon like in the shower/spider scene. Otherwise, his non-stop dribble just gets annoying.
9 years 1 month ago
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tin can

Meh.
11 years 3 months ago
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petenigma

Absolutely great film.
11 years 4 months ago
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dajmasta94

It's a solid Woody Allen flick...but his best? Definitely not. I can understand it's impact and see why people went nuts for it at the time but with some of Allen's later works having perfected some of the things he's doing here I found it to feel average to some degree. I love Woody and I've seen about half of his films at this point, maybe it's because I'm already very familiar with how Allen portrays relationships that this one just didn't impress me as much but I still enjoyed it overall.
4 years 5 months ago
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burythehammer

My first Woody Allen, picked it up from the movie rental store just because I thought I should check him out, and I was blown away. It's funny, thoughtful, and genuinely romantic. Allen also pulls no punches about showing the realities of relationships - there's no creepy grand gestures or statements about being "the one". This is about two people, not typically suited for one another, who start off fond of one another but end up growing apart.

There's also that opening monologue, which always sends a chill down my spine. http://youtu.be/SFu8JRlYGO4
8 years 4 months ago
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jeremydw

A film I put off seeing forever which has moved itself into one of my favorite movies. I truly enjoyed it and see its influence everywhere.
9 years 5 months ago
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Jaqo

I have always been a fan of Woody Allen. Yes, he may be a little too neurotic some times, but in overall his humor is spot on brilliant! Annie Hall is to me my favorite Allen movie. It's a shame I haven't seen it before now!
Don't knock masturbation! It's sex with someone I love! :D
10 years 5 months ago

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