Directed by Woody Allen
This movie is another obsession of mine. It is one that I could watch over and over again. I wrote a paper on it in college (which got an A, although my professor still rejected me when I asked him out; but that's another sad tale). Most recently, I forced a friend of mine to watch it in Florida. He said that I was Annie Hall, which is why I enjoy it so much. Perhaps...
The film explores the relationship between Annie, a neurotic singer, and Alvy Singer, an equally neurotic comedian. It's incredibly sweet, hilarious, and heartbreaking. As someone who has an extremely difficult time getting over break ups (as in, I don't get over them), I can testify that the hardest part is replaying your own lobster scenes. When you were both perfectly happy with each other. That is something that this movie captures beautifully, particularly because Woody Allen and Diane Keaton dated in real life.
So definitely one of my favorite movies of all time. Romantic comedies don't get any better than this. Seriously. Have you seen Moonstruck?
Diane Keaton's real name Diane Hall and people frequently call her Annie.