Woody Allen Ranked
Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex* But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) – Definitely a hit or miss for a lot of people, but each vignette has a life of its own and shows a lot of development in Woody’s early films.
Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) – The perfect balance of comedy, tragedy and philosophy.
Broadway Danny Rose (1984) – Enjoyable story with Mia Farrow in one of her best roles along with Woody as one of his sweetest characters.
Shadows and Fog (1991) – Great homage to German Expressionism.
Sleeper (1973) – Truly entertaining and although very much still in his slapstick days, one of his best ones of those.
Deconstructing Harry (1997) – Another great look at being an artist and the nature of artistic creation.
Zelig (1983) – Definitely one of the greatest mockumentaries, and some perfect editing.
Bullets Over Broadway (1994) – Exceptionally funny look at the world of theater and the nature of being artistic.