This film has a great stylistic representation of New York. I like how Allen has created a distinct voice channeling his "take" on his Jewish ethnicity. When it comes to flawed, neurotic Fictional Jews, however, I prefer TV's Larry Sanders. I like how Annie feels fully realized. A lot of scenes felt like they were missing ending punch lines. Ocassionally funny and experimental, but not sure I saw why it's "great".
A giant leap forward from Woody's previous work, as he finally composes his thoughts and worries into a cohesive, well-rounded comedy film. "Annie Hall" is, rather, an intelligently written and stylistically attractive appointment with a psychiatrist. And all protagonists quirks and self-centeredness aside, he forms with him (being us) a lively, stimulating discussion.