Many consider Annie Hall Woody Allen's best movie. I kinda agree (I'm more of a Manhattan person myself), but it is very good.
After breaking up with his girlfriend Annie Hall (Diane Keaton), comedian Alvy Singer (Allen) goes on a stream of consciousness journey through his memories of their relationship, trying to find out what caused them to part ways.
I like the psychological aspect of the movie, by that I mean the dissection of a failed relationship. The performances from Allen and Keaton were very good. I could definitely see how it won Best Picture (though I'd be happier if Star Wars won).
My Rating: *****