Love, Death and La - De - Dah

What's a nice girl like Annie Hall doingin a film like Mr. Goodbar?

Call Diane Keaton, the shy, gangly, lost-and-found soul who is Annie in Annie Hall, the funniest woman now working in films. Small praise. Give or take Lily Tomlin, it is hard to think of another woman now being funny in films.

Remember Keaton in the Godfather movies? Not likely. She was invisible in The Godfather and pallid in The Godfather, Part II. She played Al Pacino's wife, and her role amounted to telling Pacino every now and then to stop killing people so often and spend...

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