"Death is like a colonoscopy," Woody Allen mused at Keaton's lifetime achievement dinner.
How better to show your love for Diane Keaton, then to dress up as one her most iconic characters? At last night's AFI Lifetime Achievement Award honoring Keaton, Meryl Streep donned a suit and tie a la Keaton in her Oscar-winning role...Show More Summary
In a rare public appearance in Los Angeles, director Woody Allen appeared at the AFI Life Achievement Award ceremony for Diane Keaton to both roast and honor the actress who starred in Annie Hall and many of his other most famous films. As part of his surprise appearance, the controversial ... More »
Airline food is the Rodney Dangerfield of cuisine. When it’s free, people complain that it’s bad. When it’s not free, they complain it costs too much. It always reminds me of the joke that opens Annie Hall (you can stop after ten seconds): Such small portions, indeed. Show More Summary
Annie Hall is 40 years old this month. Ever wonder what the property in the film costs now? Let's investigate. READ MORE »
MARK JUDGE: Forty Years Later, ‘Annie Hall’ Is Still a Work of Genius. The retort to the film is a movie by one of the Insta-Wife’s filmmaker cronies, Burning Annie.
In honor of Annie Hall’s 40th anniversary, screenwriter Marshall Brickman looks back on the process by which Anhedonia, the complicated, surreal film he wrote with Woody Allen, was pared down to the more straightforward romantic comedy Annie Hall. Movie nerds are probably familiar with Allen’s original vision for the film, ... More »
"At least as poignant as it is funny"
From an accidental sneeze that became a classic to the film's 'Gilmore Girls' connection.
Why do we still care about "Annie Hall," 40 years after its release (on April 20, 1977)? Because it's a cinema landmark, the romantic comedy that created the template for nearly all the rom-coms that followed. It was also a landmark film for Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. Show More Summary
Woody Allen's classic romantic comedy turns 40 this week, so we look back to see how it has aged.
Because a struggling actress and a comedy writer would be living in the City of Angels today. [ more › ]
Something there is that doesn't love a wall, That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it, And spills the upper boulders in the sun --Mending Wall, Robert Frost I'm a bigot, but for the Left, Annie Hall (1977) Ain't nothin' gonna break-a...Show More Summary
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If there was a recipe to Alexa Chung's signature style, you can be sure there'd be a healthy serving of Annie Hall-inspiration in the mix. So who better to tap for an editorial in InStyle's April issue paying tribute to the character made famous by Diane Keaton?"Seeing 'Annie Hall' was almost... Continue reading
Maybe every generation needs its own Alvy Singer or Rob Gordon.
Stream titles like “Happy Feet,” “Amélie,” “Annie Hall,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and Netflix’s new original, “One Day at a Time.”
What do you think of when you hear the name "Diane Keaton"? "The First Wives Club" maybe. Or perhaps you're more of an "Annie Hall" fan. Fact is, if you've seen any of Keaton's movies, it's more than likely that you've witnessed an example of what makes Diane Keaton, well, Diane Keaton: The Freak Out. Show More Summary
James Franco is the human equivalent of the bus from Speed or the shark from that Annie Hall speech – if he stops moving, he dies. Or explodes. Or something. Only James Franco knows the mysteries of James Franco. What we do know is that...Show More Summary