Play It Again, Sam

Play It Again, Sam, while not quite as good as Annie Hall, belongs in the conversation with Manhattan and Bananas as a classic Allen film. However, it seems to never get proper consideration. Maybe that's because of it's quirks: for instance, the film is set in San Fransisco, not New York and, though he wrote the film (and the play it was based on), Allen did not direct it.

Like so many of his films, this one features a pretty sweet apartment. Also, his first film with Diane Keaton.

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