“Most of us… Need the eggs.”
Widely regarded as one of – if not the – best romantic comedies of all time, Woody Allen’s ANNIE HALL broke rules and new ground when it was released in 1976, and has since become archetypical in its influence. Often replicated but never duplicated, ANNIE HALL is a cinematic gem that possesses both heart and wit; its endlessly clever dissection of a romantic relationship and the ever-shifting dynamic between the neurotic Manhattanite mensch Alvy Singer (Allen) and the somehwat scatterbrained shiksa he falls in love with (Diane Keaton, in the titular role) won numerous awards, including Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director and Screenplay (Allen), and Best Actress. Also starring Christopher Walken, Shelley Duvall, Carol Kane, Paul Simon, Colleen Dewhurst, and Tony Roberts.
Tuesday, February 9
Doors 6:30 | Movie 7:00
Tickets $8 advance HERE/ $10 at the door
*Minors OK in the balcony! Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service.
**Groupons and passes OK. Please redeem at the door.
ANNIE HALL (Woody Allen, 1977 / 93 mins / PG) Alvy Singer (Allen) is one of Manhattan’s most brilliant comedians but when it comes to romance, his delivery needs a little work. Alvy falls in love with the ditzy but delightful nightclub singer Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). When his own insecurities sabotage the affair, Annie is forced to leave Alvy for a new life and lover (Paul Simon) in Los Angeles. Knowing he may have lost Annie forever, Alvy’s willing to go any lengths to recapture the only thing that ever mattered – true love.