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Annie Hall (1977)



Average Rating: 8.9/10
Reviews Counted: 60
Fresh: 59 | Rotten: 1

Filled with poignant performances and devastating humor, Annie Hall represents a quantum leap for Woody Allen and remains an American classic.


Average Rating: 8.2/10
Critic Reviews: 8
Fresh: 8 | Rotten: 0

Filled with poignant performances and devastating humor, Annie Hall represents a quantum leap for Woody Allen and remains an American classic.



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"Annie Hall" is a comical look at the up and down relationship between a New York City TV writer and his aspiring actress/singer girlfriend who's originally from the Midwest.


Comedy, Romance

Apr 28, 1998

United Artists

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All Critics (60) | Top Critics (8) | Fresh (59) | Rotten (1) | DVD (22)

Allen joins the Catskills tummler's anything-for-a-laugh antics with a Eurocentric art-house self-awareness and a psychoanalytic obsession in baring his sexual desires and frustrations, romantic disasters, and neurotic inhibitions.

February 10, 2014 Full Review Source: New Yorker
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This is the link between Allen's "earlier, funnier" stuff and more probing works like Interiors and Manhattan. Would that we all could build such masterful bridges.

February 19, 2013 Full Review Source: Time Out New York
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Personal as the story he is telling may be, what separates this film from Allen's own past work and most other recent comedy is its general believability.

February 20, 2009 Full Review Source: TIME Magazine | Comment (1)
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A touching and hilarious love story that is Allen's most three-dimensional film to date.

February 19, 2008 Full Review Source: Variety
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Visually and structurally it's a mess, but many of the situations are genuinely clever, and there are plenty of memorable gags.

December 13, 2006 Full Review Source: Chicago Reader
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If you can forgive the fact that it's a ragbag of half-digested intellectual ideas dressed up with trendy intellectual references, you should have a good laugh.

June 24, 2006 Full Review Source: Time Out
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Although Woody Allen had still to acquire great technical strength as a film-maker, this was the movie where he found his own singular voice, a voice that echoes across events with a mixture of exuberance and introspection.

February 10, 2014 Full Review Source: Radio Times
Radio Times

It's a testament to the timelessness of Annie Hall that most of its references to pop culture or current events are unsuccessful in dating the film.

February 4, 2014 Full Review Source: Movie Mezzanine
Movie Mezzanine

Annie Hall, for all its vagaries, is a funny, often touching, sometimes astute picture.

February 12, 2013 Full Review Source: The Nation
The Nation

Woody Allen's classic comedy has one opening scene after another, never seeming to run short of prologues and prefaces.

June 17, 2012 Full Review Source: Slant Magazine
Slant Magazine

Annie Hall expanded Woody Allen's canvas to incorporate real wisdom alongside the punchlines.

March 11, 2012 Full Review Source: Film Freak Central
Film Freak Central

Many things mark Annie Hall's place in cinema history, but none of them are the reason you should see this movie. That would be the humour, poignancy and acute observation contained in each and every frame.

February 13, 2012 Full Review Source: Total Film
Total Film

In Annie Hall, Allen again writes, directs and stars with Diane Keaton in a remarkable recreation of a spent love affair, which is both sad and hysterically funny.

February 13, 2012 Full Review Source: Guardian

Seeing it again for the first time in many years, I'm struck by how perfect it seems.

February 10, 2012 Full Review Source: Movie Metropolis
Movie Metropolis

A funny film, and it's fresh even today, though it's not a knee-slapper. Rather, it's a shrug-your-shoulder-and-grin kind of movie.

February 6, 2012 Full Review Source: 7M Pictures
7M Pictures

Funny movie about relationships. Not for kids.

December 14, 2010 Full Review Source: Common Sense Media | Comments (4)
Common Sense Media

Woody Allen's best work.

February 19, 2008 Full Review Source: Film4

It is unabashedly quirky and peculiar, but as such it has the kind of visionary quality essential to all truly great cinema.

December 7, 2007 Full Review Source: Eye for Film
Eye for Film

Lovely performances, and more superb gags in one minute than most movies manage in 90.

February 5, 2007 Full Review Source: Guardian

To represent the male view of romance and feelings through the role of Alvy Singer (played by Woody Allen), writer-director Allen updated the familiar stock character of thje "little man" who's at bay in a complex world--a grown up Charlie Brown.

February 3, 2007 Full Review Source: EmanuelLevy.Com

Seminal, hilarious look at contemporary relationships.

December 13, 2006 Full Review Source: TV Guide's Movie Guide
TV Guide's Movie Guide

Audience Reviews for Annie Hall

I guess I just don't like films with Woody Allen in them. I try to watch them, but he prattles on and on.
March 1, 2014

Super Reviewer

I liked this very much, especially the dialogue.
February 11, 2014

Super Reviewer

Woody Allen's neurotic and original classic 'Annie Hall' still holds up as a poignant comedy to this day. Not only is it hilarious, but Allen's fresh techniques and style compliment the film and place it above and beyond other comedies of the era. An exuberant mix of heart, laughs, and societal issues, 'Annie Hall' is sure to capture any contemporary audience as much as it did back when it was first released.
August 2, 2013
Kase Vollebregt

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Creative for its time, and it must have been a real shock to Allen's fans - who'd see this coming after Bananas, Love and Death, etc.? - but it's a film I find grossly overrated. Landmark performance for Diane Keaton, and a script with lots of twists and turns (not to mention some great zingers), but for a non-cliched ending like this one it's still rather twee. And though I know it's the point, it's not much fun watching such unlikeable characters. A valuable film that showed a new side of Woody Allen - a dramatic one - but one that's not nearly as fun to watch as reported to be. It's important to see but I don't think it ages well.
February 23, 2013

Super Reviewer

    1. Alvy Singer: In California, they don't throw their garbage away. They make it into TV shows.
    – Submitted by Lucas P (12 months ago)
    1. Annie Hall: Do you want chocolate milk?
    2. Alvy Singer: What am I your son?
    – Submitted by Jim C (17 months ago)
    1. Alvy Singer: That was the most fun I've ever had without laughing.
    – Submitted by Diane H (17 months ago)
    1. Alvy Singer: I don't respond well to mellow. If I get too mellow, I ripen and then rot.
    – Submitted by Diane H (17 months ago)
    1. Pam: I'm a Rosicrucian myself.
    2. Alvy Singer: Are you?
    3. Pam: Yeah.
    4. Alvy Singer: I can't get with any religion that advertises in Popular Mechanics.
    – Submitted by Diane H (17 months ago)
    1. Mom Hall: Ann tells us that you've been seeing a psychiatrist for fifteen years.
    2. Alvy Singer: Yes. I'm making excellent progress. Pretty soon when I lie down on his couch, I won't have to wear the lobster bib.
    – Submitted by Diane H (17 months ago)
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