Woody Allen Ranked
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) – Excellently written characters and some of the best performances in a Woody Allen movie.
The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) – Allen has said this is the closest he ever got to perfectly executing his idea. And what great idea it was.
Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) – What a stunning balance that makes for one of the greatest dark comedies I’ve ever seen.
Manhattan (1979) – A hymn to a city Allen loves. Beautifully shot, exquisitely written, acted and directed.
3. Annie Hall (1977)
Juan – Practically a perfect romantic comedy, plenty of experimentation in filmmaking and enjoyable as hell.
Marya – Nearly perfect. A great exercise in form, as well as Allen’s most fully fleshed out film up to this point.