I always feel drawn to watch Woody Allen films as they come out at the cinema. There's something so comfortable and familiar about his scripts. His writing is a study in itself and the humour and awkwardness that he portrays is so watchable. I've watched Annie Hall several times. I really wanted to be Diane Keaton. I liked her honesty and quirkiness and related to her vulnerability and insecurity. The film is quite melancholic in places and the humour kind of sneaks up on you. But it's rather perfect for a rainy Monday night.