“Syliva Plath – interesting poetess whose tragic suicide was misinterpreted as romantic by the college girl mentality.”
The Scoop: 1977 PG, directed by Woody Allen and starring Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, and Shelley Duvall
Tagline: A nervous romance.
Summary Capsule: Cute little tidbits about how Woody Allen views life, and more importantly, love, in progress.
Nancy’s Rating: Four out of five college kid clichés.
Nancy’s Review: The other one is the video game kid. The other is the heavy hippie stoner. And then a blatant nerd, and then a party kid.
But next to all of that, there’s the intellectual. Ohhh, you kooky intellectual.
Woody Allen is a staple for that college kid’s life. To be a college intellectual is to be amazed by his subtle humor. What is so special about Annie Hall, however, is that it transcends this land of ‘college cult deal’ and crosses over into ‘respected love tale for the ages’ land.