Woody Allen is in prime form in this celebrated comedy and 1977 Best Picture Oscar-winner in which he portrays a highly neurotic comedy writer who falls head-over-heels in love with a naive small-town girl (Diane Keaton) who aspires to be a singer.
An Englishman (Colin Firth) is brought in to help unmask a possible swindler (Emma Stone). Personal and professional complications ensue.
A family, including a young couple, travels to Paris, France for business and have their lives transformed.
Woody Allen plays a bookmaker who become "a front" for a group of blacklisted Hollywood screenwriters who aren't able to get a job, because of their alleged communist ties. The Front was written by blacklisted Walter Bernstein and features performances from several blacklisted entertainers, including Herschel Bernardi, Joshua Shelley, Lloyd Gough, and Zero Mostel.
Woody Allen returns to the romantic fields of previous hits Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Midnight in Paris, assembling an all-star cast including Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning, Selena Gomez, Jude Law, Diego Luna and Liev Schreiber, for a charming, comedic tale set amidst the dizzying streets of The Big Apple, as romantic weekend plans are soon dashed as quickly as the sunlight turns to showers.
Anne and Bob, a well-to-do American couple, have just moved to a beautiful manor house in romantic Paris. To impress their sophisticated friends, they decide to host a lavish dinner party, but must disguise their maid as a noblewoman to even out the number of guests. When the maid runs off with a wealthy guest, Anne must chase her around Paris to thwart the joyous and unexpected love affair
An unlikely friendship. A lost love resurfaced. A marriage at its turning point. A date that might not have been a date. An unconventional new family. These are unique stories about the joys and tribulations of love, each inspired by a real-life personal essay from the beloved New York Times column “Modern Love.”