My Favorite Woody Allen Films (2023 Edition)

Please note that I am judging Woody Allen on here as a filmmaker and not as a person. Yes, I am aware of all of the controversies that have plagued his personal life and I do not condone any of them.

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  1. The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)
  2. Manhattan (1979)
  3. Midnight in Paris (2011)
  4. Match Point (2005)
  5. Husbands and Wives (1992)
  6. Stardust Memories (1980)
  7. Zelig (1983)
  8. Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
  9. Radio Days (1987)
  10. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)
  11. Another Woman (1988)
  12. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
  13. Annie Hall (1977)
  14. Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
  15. Love and Death (1975)
  16. Sleeper (1973)
  17. Take the Money and Run (1969)

7 thoughts on “My Favorite Woody Allen Films (2023 Edition)

  1. I remember really loving Radio Days! It seemed so different from his other work, in that it departed from the plot devices that he often employs. It would be good for me to revisit that one. Since I liked Radio Days, is there another film you’d recommend that I might also enjoy?


  2. Hey Genny, great to see my wonderful twin sister on here πŸ™‚ Yeah, Radio Days was fantastic and the nostalgia for the days when radio is truly delightful πŸ™‚ As for other recommendations, are you simply talking about just Woody Allen or works from another director? πŸ™‚ Cause I would love to keep this conversation going πŸ™‚

  3. 1. Annie Hall 2. Stardust Memories 3. Another Woman 4, Midnight in Paris 5. Interiors and then all the rest until we hit the pits with A Midsummer Nights Sex Comedy, Alice, Zelig,Shadows and Fog,and the Curse of the Jade Scorpio,

  4. Well Genny, If you are looking for something not directed by him, one of many choices I can recommend to you is Charlie Chaplin’s 1931 seminal classic City Lights – here is I think a revival trailer link below πŸ™‚

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