The Canon 22 | 4/13/15
Annie Hall vs. Manhattan
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It’s an egghead head-to-head as Devin & Amy debate which Woody Allen classic should enter the Canon: Annie Hall or Manhattan. Will it be the beautifully shot black-and-white love letter to New York? Or will it be the hilarious romance that flows like an amazing stand-up set? Tune in to hear Devin & Amy struggle between these masterpieces -- and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

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pajamo
pajamo
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Amy, on a number of Canon episodes you talk about watching the films on your computer. Do you think that affects how you're engaged? As Devin remarked I think the darks in Manhattan will get crushed on a laptop which isn't the intent. I mean, not every film is about the look and feel but I do think Manhattan would benefit a non-laptop viewing. ;)

pajamo
pajamo
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I wonder if the Woody Allen is "not attractive" thing is just a product of the scandal and his age now. When I was growing up a lot of attractive women I went to high school and college wanted to sleep with Allen. No joke. 70/80s he was extremely charming and funny. I think part of what I love about the 70s area is that we get these non-cookie cutter men and women that are very sexy. I'm not saying I only like weird looking women lol but I mean part of that great quality in film, music (mick jagger), etc. is that we don't just go for Cary Grant-types. (Obviously I think Grant rocks but you see my point.)