A is for Annie Hall I feel like I’ve talked about
this movie a lot in my channel, but hey, I recently re-watched it and it’s so good. Alvy Singer is a neurotic comedian who falls in love with Annie Hall, a clumsy loveable character. But then she leaves him, and that’s
when the movie begins. Woody Allen used every devise possible to
make you laugh: monologues, cartoons, split screens,
and even breaks the fourth wall, which I totally adore when they do it in the movies. “What do you do when you get stuck on a movie line
with a guy like this behind you?” “Wait a minute, why can’t I give my opinion?
It’s a free country.” “He can. Do you have to give it so loud?” And as every great Allen film, there is psychology,
Judaism and death, obviously. “I’m gonna buy you these books I think. Because I think you should read them, instead of that cat book.” “That’s pretty serious stuff there.” “Yes, cause, you know, I’m obsessed with death I think. Big subject with me, yeah.” I mean do you understand that he has written and directed almost a movie every year since the 60s? But don’t worry, this won’t be the last movie of him I’m gonna talk about during VEDA. Cause I love his work. One may even say I luff it. Two Fs. So if you have time to watch just one Woody
Allen film in your life, go for Annie Hall. You won’t be disappointed. That’s all for today, see you tomorrow.