Thursday, December 05, 2013

Final Scene: ANNIE HALL

11 comments:

Deb said...

I fell out with Woody decades ago, but this remains my absolute favorite of his movies--and that final scene, funny and poignant.

Anonymous said...

Ditto, Deb. We did watch HANNAH & HER SISTERS a couple of days ago but the Michael Caine-Barbara Hershey subplot just annoyed me this time.

I can still remember seeing ANNIE HALL for the first time and how I started laughing at the opening scene.

Jeff M.

neer said...

Hi Patti

Here's my FFB:

http://inkquilletc.blogspot.in/2013/12/the-last-days-of-weimar-republic.html

Mr. Norris changes Trains by Christopher Isherwood

Thanks

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

I remain a hardened Allen fan (BLUE JASMINE is terrific) - great to be reminded of this ... and such small portions!

Margot Kinberg said...

Oh, that's such a classic '70's movie, Patti - thanks.

Charles Gramlich said...

Never been able to get through an entire Woody Allen movie.

Anonymous said...

This is one of those movies (OK, there are a lot of them) that I can quote from endlessly, and often do.

"I used to be a heroin addict. Now I'm a methadone addict."
"I'm into leather."


Jeff M.

Dana King said...

This scene is Sigourney Weaver's screen debut. She's Woody's date, standing in front of the theater at 0:16.

Anonymous said...

Alvy Singer: Don't you see the rest of the country looks upon New York like we're left-wing, communist, Jewish, homosexual pornographers? I think of us that way sometimes and I live here.

Weaver's first role is often said to be in Woody Allen's 1977 comedy Annie Hall playing a minor role opposite Allen, whereas she appeared at least in Sidney Lumet's Serpico three years before (she meets Al Pacino at a party).

I do not remember that at all. The year before ANNIE HALL Weaver was on the soap opera SOMERSET (a spinoff of ANOTHER WORLD).

Jeff M.

pattinase (abbott) said...

My son can recite CADDY SHACK. A film which has always eluded me.

Anonymous said...

The only parts of CADDYSHACK I like are the Rodney Dangerfield scenes.

Jeff M.