Annie Hall

This is perhaps Woddy Allens finest movie so what else do you need to know.

This tale of a consuming but short lived romance is has little distraction in the way of actual plot, and this helps focus in the joys or more frequently and painfully the heartache involved with love. This film catches Allen at his at the right time following on from his quick fire gag a minute films and before his all out vicarious fantasy films. Diane Keaton (and her character here) is adorable in this film, and the chemistry that transmits in this film between her and Allen is undeniable.

Mainly though, this is just a brilliant and hugely amusing film.