meyzen (10 out of 10 ) I believe that Mr Allen is the genius of our century.
paul hunter (10 out of 10 ) I wish I were a short four eyed director. I love the pace of his films, it's magical. Who needs prozac! Love to meet the man and talk about filming.
Nathan (10 out of 10 ) Genious.
William Flink (10 out of 10 ) Woody is my biggest inspiration, when it comes to writing and when it comes to movies. I've actually had my take on the Woody Allen humour, I failed utterly, So I'm told anyway. I've yet to seen another director that amazes me as much as Woody. To write 1 script each year, for over 30 years, is just breathtaking. I hope my creativity lasts this long too. Annie Hall script will be a very nice read. Also I am impressed in that it was so long, 124 pages. My script is so far. About 8 pages. Uhm. Anyway. Good luck to you Woody. Looking forward to seeing your future movies. /Kind regards, William.
David (10 out of 10 ) I didn't become acquainted with his work until "Annie Hall", which I thought was flawless. To this day, I still refer to that movie in what I write and say. "Manhattan" too, was exceptional. Can anything good come out of New York City? I think so, and Woody Allen is proof. He's is a man of exceptional talent.
patricia (10 out of 10 ) I think that Woody Allen is the most brilliant cinema director and the most creative and intelligent genius of this century. I love his films, all of them. So Woody if you read this, you make this world a better place to live.
Jon YonKondy (10 out of 10 ) Even if you don't care for his sniveling main character, the way the narrative is arranged and conveyed, i.e. interactive flashbacks, cartoon fantasies, random memories, is brilliant. Perhaps the comedic tone allowed Allen to not take traditional structure so seriously and just 'let it rip'.
nowhereman (10 out of 10 ) 10 of 10 easily. Really one of the best movies ever made, let alone script.