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Annie Hall [Widescreen]

Format: DVD     Release Date: 05/30/2000
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Woody Allen's romantic comedy of the Me Decade follows the up and down relationship of two mismatched New York neurotics. Jewish comedy writer Alvy Singer (Allen) ponders the modern quest for love and his past romance with tightly-wound WASP singer Annie Hall (Diane Keaton, née Diane Hall). The twice-divorced Alvy knows that it's not easy to find a mate when the options include pretentious New York intellectuals and lifestyle-obsessed Rolling Stone writers, but la-di-dah-ing Annie seems different. Along the rocky road of their coupling, Allen/Alvy weigh in on such topics as endless therapy, movies vs. TV, the absurdity of dating rituals, anti-Semitism, drugs, and, in one of the best set pieces, repressed Midwestern WASP insanity vs. crazy Brooklyn Jewish boisterousness. Annie wants to move to Los Angeles to find that fame that finally does in the relationship -- but not before Alvy gets in a few digs at vacuous, mantra-fixated California. Originally entitled Anhedonia (the inability to enjoy oneself), Annie Hall blended the slapstick and fantasy from such earlier Allen films as Sleeper (1973) and Bananas (1971) with the more autobiographical musings of his stand-up and written comedy, using an array of such movie techniques as talking heads, splitscreens, and subtitles. Within these gleeful formal experiments and sight gags, Allen and co-writer Marshall Brickman skewered 1970s solipsism, reversing the happy marriage of opposites found in classic screwball comedies. Hailed as Allen's most mature and personal film, Annie Hall beat out Star Wars for Best Picture and also won Oscars for Allen as director and writer and for Keaton as Best Actress; audiences enthusiastically responded to Allen's take on contemporary love and turned Keaton's rumpled menswear into a fashion trend. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi

Side #1 -- Fullscreen

0. Scene Selections
1. Logos/Main Title [:13]
2. "There's An Old Joke..." [:35]
3. Childhood In Brooklyn [1:44]
4. Classmates [1:21]
5. "I Wound Up A Comedian" [1:36]
6. At The Beekman [1:44]
7. At The New Yorker [2:39]
8. Alvy And Allison [3:57]
9. Lobster [4:16]
10. Alvy And Robin [2:54]
11. Meeting Annie Hall [2:46]
12. Family Stories [2:22]
13. It Had To Be You [2:41]
14. First Date [4:21]
15. The Horrible And The Miserable [:57]
16. Central Park [:41]
17. Brooklyn Bridge [1:30]
18. Bad Plumbing And Bugs [:41]
19. Out To The Hamptons [:30]
20. "This Guy's Pathetic" [:55]
21. At The University [1:21]
22. Annie's Family [2:45]
23. Halls And Singers [1:23]
24. "Will It Change My Wife?" [1:28]
25. "Love Fades..." [1:25]
26. The Wicked Queen [2:10]
27. The Maharishi [3:18]
28. Sex And Kafka [1:18]
29. A Big Black Spider [:23]
30. Returning To Brooklyn [:01]
31. "She Stole!|00:01:20||
32. Joey Nichols And Tessie Moskowitz [1:09]
33. Happy Birthday [4:28]
34. Seems Like Old Times [:39]
35. Tony Lacey [:27]
36. Psychoanalytic Duel [1:21]
37. The Big Sneeze [:41]
38. Los Angeles [2:30]
39. Canned Laughs [2:22]
40. Tony's Party [1:00]
41. A Dead Shark [1:27]
42. Breaking Up [1:11]
43. "I Miss Annie" [1:58]
44. Back To Los Angeles [3:11]
45. Alfalfa Sprouts And Mashed Yeast [:59]
46. Bumber Cars [1:17]
47. Art Reflects Life [1:41]
48. Finale [:20]
49. End Credits [:10]

Side #2 -- Widescreen

0. Scene Selections
1. Logos/Main Title [:13]
2. "There's An Old Joke..." [:35]
3. Childhood In Brooklyn [1:44]
4. Classmates [1:21]
5. "I Wound Up A Comedian" [1:36]
6. At The Beekman [1:44]
7. At The New Yorker [2:39]
8. Alvy And Allison [3:57]
9. Lobster [4:16]
10. Alvy And Robin [2:54]
11. Meeting Annie Hall [2:46]
12. Family Stories [2:22]
13. It Had To Be You [2:41]
14. First Date [4:21]
15. The Horrible And The Miserable [:57]
16. Central Park [:41]
17. Brooklyn Bridge [1:30]
18. Bad Plumbing And Bugs [:41]
19. Out To The Hamptons [:30]
20. "This Guy's Pathetic" [:55]
21. At The University [1:21]
22. Annie's Family [2:45]
23. Halls And Singers [1:23]
24. "Will It Change My Wife?" [1:28]
25. "Love Fades..." [1:25]
26. The Wicked Queen [2:10]
27. The Maharishi [3:18]
28. Sex And Kafka [1:18]
29. A Big Black Spider [:23]
30. Returning To Brooklyn [:01]
31. "She Stole!|00:01:20||
32. Joey Nichols And Tessie Moskowitz [1:09]
33. Happy Birthday [4:28]
34. Seems Like Old Times [:39]
35. Tony Lacey [:27]
36. Psychoanalytic Duel [1:21]
37. The Big Sneeze [:41]
38. Los Angeles [2:30]
39. Canned Laughs [2:22]
40. Tony's Party [1:00]
41. A Dead Shark [1:27]
42. Breaking Up [1:11]
43. "I Miss Annie" [1:58]
44. Back To Los Angeles [3:11]
45. Alfalfa Sprouts And Mashed Yeast [:59]
46. Bumber Cars [1:17]
47. Art Reflects Life [1:41]
48. Finale [:20]
49. End Credits [:10]
  • Format: DVD
  • Release Date: May 30, 2000
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Region: 1
  • Studio: MGM
  • Length: 93 minutes
  • Sound: Monaural
  • Formats: Wide Screen Enhanced (16x9), Pan & Scan
  • Discs: 1
  • Languages: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • UPC: 027616655929
  • Product ID: 1011589
  • Genre: Comedy

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