Play it Again, Sam

Play it Again, Sam
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Sandra

I am still looking for my Woody Allen :).

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L

surprisingly boring

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BOBBY

Having a "Casablanca" theme to start & end this movie was brilliant. In between, funny, funny, funny.

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Stuart

A classic. This one, together with Annie Hall, are my favorites.

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Lauren

Agree with Stuart! Classics!

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PJ

A precursor to Woody's rom-com masterpiece, Annie Hall (right down to Diane's male-centric clothing). Laugh out loud funny in parts, and surprisingly sweet for someone as cynical about love as the Woodman.And, he makes a lot of really funny faces (check out the couch scene with 'Bogey')...

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