I'm simply a cinema buff living in Istanbul.
My favourite directors are Bergman, Kurosawa, von Trier, Kubrick, Lynch & Woody Allen
Annie Hall differs from the zany movies Woody shot before 1977, by bringing a whole new and pure dimension to the standard romantic comedies.
Diane Keaton has recreated the image of a woman to fall in love with, with her astonishing performance and style. In this film, Keaton chose her clothes herself, and after the screening, a new trend was included in the 70s fashion: Annie Hall Style.
Although Woody has always denied this, it is clear that the film…
In my opinion, changing the eras was a bad choice. The adulthood era is in 2016, instead of 80s. The childhood era is in late 80s, instead of late 50s. I don't know whether Muschietti did this because of the budget or because of the popularity of Stranger Things.
When a book we love is adapted, we tent to find mistakes in it. Therefore, I may be exaggerating my disappointment.