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21,342 Ratings

Annie Hall

Directed by Woody Allen
United States, 1977
Comedy, Romance, Drama


Widely acclaimed as one of the greatest American comedies, Woody Allen’s cinematic coming of age is a look at the ups and downs of one couple’s relationship.

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Annie Hall Directed by Woody Allen

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

1978 | 4 wins including: Best Picture

1978 | Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role

National Board of Review

1977 | 2 wins including: Best Supporting Actress

BAFTA Awards

1978 | 5 wins including: Best Actress

1978 | Nominee: Best Actor

Critics reviews

A stream-of-consciousness chronicle of the ill-fated relationship between Alvy and Annie (Diane Keaton, sublime), Annie Hall is cheerful and full of learned, urbane wit. Yet an air of melancholy is omnipresent.
July 20, 2015
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The result is one of film’s great love stories, a funny, tender tribute to one very specific, goofily lovely woman that also speaks to all the loves we’ve ever lost, thanks to a built-in running commentary (including jokes and asides Singer delivers to the camera) on everything from the nature of love to the perils of living too much in your head.
July 30, 2014
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The shiksa-seduction field guide par excellence, ANNIE HALL is so meticulous in the formalities of this particular form of traditional interethnic liaison (tennis dates; going out to depressing art-house documentaries; recommending morbid philosophy at the bookshop) that it can be difficult to determine whether the film originated the technique or merely popularized it.
November 16, 2012
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