Blunt Reviews Presents: Annie Hall (1977)

 

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I don’t think I can adequately describe just how much I love this film. Of course it’s Woody Allen at his most neurotic, but the chemistry on screen between him and Diane Keaton really gives this film a beating heart. On a comedic level it has some classic Woody Allen moments, but what stands out the most is just how poignant the commentary on love is. It strikes a perfect balance between showing the positive and negative side of a relationship, forming one of the most honest romance films I’ve ever seen. It’s charming, witty, surreal comedy at its finest.

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