'Annie Hall' (1977)
Woody Allen's best films tend to be helped along by a talented and beautiful female co-star. His latest muse is Scarlett Johansson. Before that it was Mia Farrow, but the hardest to top will be Diane Keaton.
Keaton matched Allen every step of the way with his long, continuous takes of some of cinema's finest dialogue. The couple (who were romantically entwined offscreen as well) headlined some of the writer and director's best works from the slapstick-influenced 'Sleeper' to the darkly dramatic 'Interiors'.
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