Movies : Woody Allen : Terrence Malick

Movies Directed by Woody Allen 1966-2011

Midnight in Paris
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
Whatever Works
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Cassandra’s Dream
Scoop
Match Point
Melinda and Melinda
Anything Else
Hollywood Ending
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion
Small Time Crooks
Sweet and Lowdown
Celebrity
Deconstructing Harry
Everyone Says I Love You
Mighty Aphrodite
Bullets over Broadway
Manhattan Murder Mystery
Husbands and Wives
Shadows and Fog
Alice
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Another Woman
Radio Days
September
Hannah and Her Sisters
The Purple Rose of Cairo
Broadway Danny Rose
Zelig
A Midsummer’s Night Sex Comedy
Stardust Memories
Manhattan
Interiors
Annie Hall
Love and Death
Sleeper
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex
Bananas
Take the Money and Run
What’s Up, Tiger Lily?

Movies Directed by Terrence Malick 1973-2011

Badlands
Days of Heaven
The Thin Red Line
The New World
Tree of Life

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3 thoughts on “Movies : Woody Allen : Terrence Malick

  1. So inquiring minds want to know: Which of the Woody Allen movies are your favorites?

    There are a lot I haven’t seen, but I’ve particularly enjoyed Hannah and Her Sisters, Crimes and Misdemeanors (for my money, the quintessential Woody Allen movie), Manhattan Murder Mystery (for my money, the funniest Woody Allen movie), Bullets over Broadway, The Curse of the Jade Scorpion,

    Okay: The Purple Rose of Cairo, Sweet and Lowdown, Small TIme Crooks

    Duds: Annie Hall (I know: For a lot of people, this is THE great Woody Allen movie, but … well, I couldn’t stand it, for reasons that would take a while to explain, not least the cameo appearance of Marshall McLuhan, asides to the audience, etc.), Mighty Aphrodite, Anything Else, Scoop.

    Your turn.

    1. I agree that Hannah and Her Sisters Crimes and Misdemeanors are in the top 5. I would also include Sweet & Lowdown though. The two you’ve left out are Manhattan and Husband & Wives. They’re both quintessential Woody films full of humor and spiritual dissatisfaction.

      I agree about Annie Hall. It’s overrated and I think a lot of critics are starting to see that. One movie that took me a second viewing to appreciate is Melinda & Melinda.

      I have no appreciation for Whatever Works and very little for Vicky Cristina Barcelona. But Midnight in Paris, You Will Meet.., Match Point, and Cassandra’s Dream are all pretty watchable.

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