Showing 9 articles with the tag ‘Ingmar Bergman’

Bananas

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. Read more...

Love and Death

Love and Death (1975)

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

Annie Hall

Annie Hall (1977)

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

Interiors

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. Read more...

A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy

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. Read more...

Another Woman

Another Woman (1988)

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

Crimes and Misdemeanors

Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)

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

Scenes From a Mall

Scenes From a Mall (1991)

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

Shadows and Fog

Shadows and Fog (1991)

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