Every Woody Allen Movie: The Full List

Showing Oldest to Newest [ reverse order]
  1. Introduction
  2. 1.What's New Pussycat 1965

    Woody Allen's legendary film career gets off to an auspicious start in this wacky '60s sex comedy.

  3. 2.What's Up, Tiger Lily? 1966

    Woody Allen's career stumbles a bit with this Japanese thriller re-dubbed into a comedy. It's about as funny as it sounds.

  4. 3.Casino Royale 1966

    Woody Allen is relegated to a small supporting role in a disastrous James Bond spoof.

  5. 4.Take the Money and Run 1969

    Woody Allen's hilarious directorial debut stays mostly within his slapstick comfort zone.

  6. 5.Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story 1971

    Woody Allen makes a funny, little-seen TV movie about the Nixon administration.

  7. 6.Bananas 1971

    Woody Allen mixes in some political satire amidst the slapstick flailing, in a movie that is smarter but not quite as funny as his previous.

  8. 7.Play It Again, Sam 1972

    The ghost of Humphrey Bogart helps Woody Allen fall in love with Diane Keaton in his most serious movie so far.

  9. 8.Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask 1972

    The 1972 sketch comedy semi-classic which features such sophisticated delights as a neurotic sperm played by Woody Allen and a thousand-pound sentient breast.

  10. 9.Sleeper 1973

    A futuristic comedy inspired in equal parts by silent comedies and pulp sci-fi is the funniest movie so far.

  11. 10.Love and Death 1975

    If your two favorite things are slapstick comedies and epic Russian literature, then this might be your favorite movie ever.

  12. 1965 - 1975: The 'Early, Funny' Films
  13. 11.The Front 1976

    Woody Allen gets his Erin Brokovich on in Martin Ritt's crowd-pleasing, light-weight message movie about the evils of McCarthyism.

  14. 12.Annie Hall 1977

    The influential romantic comedy that is by far the most well-known and widely liked Woody Allen movie.

  15. 13.Interiors 1978

    Woody Allen follows up Annie Hall with a grim, depressing story of a family torn apart by a messy divorce that literally could not be any less funny.

  16. 14.Manhattan 1979

    Manhattan remains one of Woody Allen's most popular and acclaimed movies, and the first of many sprawling ensemble comedy/dramas that would become his trademark.

  17. 15.Stardust Memories 1980

    A harsh, hilarious look at a comedian-turned-director suffering an artistic block.

  18. 16.A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy 1982

    Woody Allen's first film with Mia Farrow is not very good. Also, it's not actually a sex comedy at all.

  19. 17.Zelig 1983

    The profound story of a man blessed and cursed with the ability to blend seamlessly into any environment.

  20. 18.Broadway Danny Rose 1984

    An uncharacteristically straight-forward adventure/comedy about a big night in the life of a hopeless, likable talent agent.

  21. 19.The Purple Rose of Cairo 1985

    A moving tribute to the ability of great art to temporarily distract you from how crappy your life is.

  22. 1976 - 1985: Wild Man Blues
  23. 20.Hannah and her Sisters 1986

    Hannah and her Sisters marks the end up an ambitious, experimental period and the beginning of an austere, mature period. It is also one of his most enduringly beloved films.

  24. 21.Radio Days 1987

    Woody Allen's nostalgic tribute to the glamorous early days of radio.

  25. 22.King Lear 1987

    Woody Allen has a small role in Jean-Luc Godard's bizarre Shakespeare adaptation.

  26. 23.September 1987

    Woody Allen's tumultuous, unpopular experiment with small-scale chamber drama has its moments, but not many.

  27. 24.Another Woman 1988

    An unfairly overlooked semi-classic that improves on Allen's Bergmanesque dramas, thanks to a formidable cast that includes Gena Rowlands.

  28. 25.New York Stories 1989

    A short film compilation that also features Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola. Allen's, which is one of his funniest creations, is easily the best of the three.

  29. 26.Crimes and Misdemeanors 1989

    Woody Allen really wants you to know what an empty, Godless world this is.

  30. 27.Alice 1990

    A sometimes-touching but uneven fantasy about a wealthy woman discovering herself.

  31. 28.Scenes From a Mall 1991

    The worst movie I've looked at so far, a grating, shallow drama notable mostly for its heinous miscasting.

  32. 29.Shadows and Fog 1991

    An unfairly overlooked movie that transports Woody Allen and a star-studded cast to 1920s Europe.

  33. 30.Husbands and Wives 1992

    Woody Allen opens a window into his soul and all hell breaks loose.

  34. 1986-1992: Cries and Whispers
  35. 31.Manhattan Murder Mystery 1993

    Woody Allen re-teams with Diane Keaton and Marshall Brickman for a movie made up of the bits cut out of Annie Hall.

  36. 32.Don't Drink The Water 1994

    Woody Allen's first foray into television is an infrequently funny screwball comedy with Michael J. Fox and Dom DeLuise.

  37. 33.Bullets Over Broadway 1994

    A delightful 1920s period comedy about writers, actors, and gangsters.

  38. 34.Mighty Aphrodite 1995

    Woody Allen's '90s winning streak continues with another successful comedy.

  39. 35.Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story 1995

    A schlocky TV-movie about Woody Allen and Mia Farrow's famous relationship.

  40. 36.Everyone Says I Love You 1996

    Woody Allen's attempt at musical comedy is pretty good... if you like musical comedy.

  41. 37.The Sunshine Boys 1996

    The potentially interesting team of Woody Allen and Peter Falk is squandered in a half-baked made-for-tv remake.

  42. 38.Deconstructing Harry 1997

    A dark, uneven comedy about a misanthropic novelist struggling to get his life in order.

  43. 39."My Dinner With Woody" [Just Shoot Me] 1997

    Woody Allen makes a brief cameo in an episode of the sitcom Just Shoot Me.

  44. 40.Wild Man Blues 1997

    An engrossing documentary about Woody Allen on tour with his jazz band.

  45. 41.Celebrity 1998

    Woody Allen's caustic, sprawling take on fame and show business.

  46. 42.Antz 1998

    Woody Allen mixes it up with a big-budget animated children's movie.

  47. 43.The Impostors 1998

    A safe, amiable comedy from Stanley Tucci that features Woody Allen in a small supporting role.

  48. 44.Sweet and Lowdown 1999

    Woody Allen coaxes electric performances out of Sean Penn and Samantha Morton in a fun jazz-era throwback.

  49. 1993-1999: Woody Allen Fall Projects
  50. 45.Small Time Crooks 2000

    One of Woody Allen's tamest, gentlest, least inspired comedies in decades.

  51. 46.Picking Up The Pieces 2000

    Alfonso Arau's comedy about a magical severed hand casts Woody Allen as a truck-driving Texan named Tex.

  52. 47.The Curse of the Jade Scorpion 2001

    Woody Allen finally makes a truly bad film, with this laughless, unmysterious mystery/comedy set in 1940.

  53. 48.Company Man 2001

    Douglas McGrath directs himself, Woody Allen and others in a dire period farce.

  54. 49.Sounds From a Town I Love 2001

    A slight but interesting short film that responds to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

  55. 50.Hollywood Ending 2002

    A limp slapstick starring Woody Allen as a movie director who goes blind in the midst of a shoot.

  56. 51.Anything Else 2003

    Jason Biggs and Christina Ricci star in Annie Hall revisited for a younger, unrealistically portrayed generation.

  57. 52.Melinda and Melinda 2004

    Woody Allen tells the story of Melinda twice - once seriously, once comedically.

  58. 53.Match Point 2005

    Woody Allen's departure from New York results in a thriller that is sexy and smart, although emotionally cold.

  59. 54.Scoop 2006

    Scarlett Johansson and Woody Allen return to London for a slight but pleasant comedy.

  60. 55.Cassandra's Dream 2007

    A lazy, uninspired British-set drama that recycles the themes of Match Point.

  61. 56.Vicky Cristina Barcelona 2008

    A breezy summer vacation of a movie set in Spain.

  62. 57.Whatever Works 2009

    Larry David plays a cranky old man with a winning philosophy.

  63. 58.You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger 2010

    Woody Allen's attempt to turn Interiors into a light comedy ends up looking a lot like all of his other movies.

  64. 2000-2010: Stop Me If You've Heard This One Before...
  65. 59.Woody Allen: A Documentary 2011

    A sprawling, comprehensive documentary that focuses on everything from Woody Allen's childhood to Midnight in Paris.

  66. 60.Midnight in Paris 2011

    Woody Allen enlists Owen Wilson for a charming, hilarious trip through Paris present and past.

  67. 61.To Rome With Love 2012

    A light, cobbled together comedy that takes advantage of its Italian setting.