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
Did Jew Eat Yet? That’s not my line above; it’s from Woody Allen’s film Annie Hall. Allen told his friend he heard a television exec ask him that in a meeting. His friend said he was paranoid. August 1991 In the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, a Jewish man accidentally killed one black child and […]
WhatIWore: Hey guys! My scholarly houndstooth jacket finally arrived at the end of last week! This is pretty close to the outfit I was imagining for my first wear (see my inspiration board here). I’m feeling major Annie Hall vibes this morning, which I never expected would work during pregnancy. Show More Summary
Well, la-di-da. Diane Keaton, who scored an Best Actress Oscar for Annie Hall and has had three nominations since, will receive the 45th AFI Life Achievement Award next year. The honor will be bestowed June 8 during a Gala Tribute in Los Angeles. Show More Summary
When Woody Allen went to Los Angeles in Annie Hall, the joke was mostly on Los Angeles: Here was this lifelong New Yorker, out of his element in a much different metropolis, making cutting observations from the sidelines. There’s an element of that to Café Society, Allen’s newest dose of seasonal counterprogramming. Show More Summary
“Maggie’s Plan” marks Rebecca Miller’s rowdy comedic debut, and it’s so sharp about modern dating and mating you could dice an onion with it.
For a while, Christopher Walken felt like "troubled guys" were the only types of roles he was being offered, and he knows when it began. "In Annie Hall, I played a suicidal guy who drives his car into traffic," he says in his matter-of-fact, stilted, utterly Walkenesque way. "Then in...
Watch everything from 'The Matrix' to 'Annie Hall' through the eyes of a machine.
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On this day back in 1978, Annie Hall beat out Star Wars for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, proving that audiences still had a taste for highbrow jokes over lightsabers. The clever, and often heartbreaking, film contains some of Allen’s best writing. …Read More
If you didn’t go out of your way to watch Chris Rock’s 2014 comedy Top Five, you’re missing out on the comedian’s own Annie Hall, an outstanding romantic comedy that isn’t chock full of cliché and actually delivers some pretty potent laughs. Show More Summary
Sleepy Burrows, a wombat sanctuary in Australia, has gifted the world with the best new odd couple. This wombat and its guard dog (because apparently wombats have guard dogs) are basically like an animal Annie Hall. Enjoy the 43 seconds of cuteness. Show More Summary
"A relationship, I think, is like a shark," Woody Allen, as Alvy Singer, famously declared in 1977's "Annie Hall." "You know? It has to constantly move forward or it dies. And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark." And with...Show More Summary
It's a common sport to pit Los Angeles and New York against each other. The rivalry seems ageless, explored over and over (and over) again by countless movies (like Annie Hall) and misguided New York Times think pieces. But why fight when the two cities are really so similar? Take these...
“The town has come a long way from Woody Allen’s L.A.-phobic ‘Annie Hall’ days, when his alter ego, Alvy Singer, declared in the 1977 film, ‘I don’t want to live in a city where the only cultural advantage is that you can make a right turn on a red light.'”
Milo Yiannopolous wrote about this yesterday, and I linked that earlier today, but seriously, this is a joke. Woody Allen used the line "I love being reduced to a cultural stereotype" as a joke in Annie Hall. For Melissa Click,...
Woody Allen's groundbreaking 1977 comedy Annie Hall triumphed over 100 other films – including a handful of the director's other works – to land at Number One on the Writers Guild of America's list of the 101 Funniest Screenplays. The comedy's Allen- and Marshall Brickman-penned script beat out a Top...