Saturday, May 1, 2010

don't worry, we can walk to the curb from here

I just watched Annie Hall for the first time ever. (cue gasps of horror)
I can't believe I hadn't seen it yet. It's really funny.
Annie is so cute and inspirational: free-spirited, quirky, adorably awkward, and with a style all her own.
I loved it.

"Maybe we should just call the police. Dial 911. It's the lobster squad. It'll turn up in our bed at night. Talk to him. You speak shellfish...Annie, there's a big lobster behind the refrigerator. I can't get it out...Maybe if I put a little dish of butter sauce here with a nutcracker, it will run out the other side?...We should have gotten steaks, 'cause they don't have legs. They don't run around."


Style Porn said...

Ha! I saw this for the first time not too long ago as well. And it was every bit as inspirational as i thought it would be. I think the humor in it has stood the test of time, which is what makes it such a great film.

Catherine said...

ahhh this is one of my absolute favorite movies! if you like Woody Allen, you should see Manhattan Murder Mystery and Vicki Christina Barcelona. Or just all of his movies. (I'm a huge fan, haha)

Micaela said...

oh didn't you just adore it!?!? and yes on Diane Keaton. I might have gone around saying La-di-da, la-di-da, la la after watching this film ;)

but of course, i love the way allen finished the movie... i agree because "i need the eggs!" ;)

i haven't seen "Manhattan" yet... GASP.