Things I Love Today: Diane Keaton

Things I Love Today: Diane Keaton

Diane Keaton is just one the best things ever. Innovative dresser, very genuine, turtleneck-lover, firmly anti-plastic surgery and hilarious. I watched Something’s Got to Give in HD over the weekend and fell in love with her all over again.

It seems that I can’t watch any of her movies without promising myself that I’ll rent and watch them all in one giant marathon. For the sake of time, maybe I’ll only rent Annie Hall again this week. Or maybe only Annie Hall and Manhattan

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  1. nomadic gnome at 7:16 pm

    Annie Hall is on my queue. I just watched Love and Death, another Woody Allen movie, and I fell in love all over again with Diane Keaton! I don’t know any other actress so funny, beautiful, able to channel all range of emotion, and able to keep her style her own.

  2. hyb at 7:36 pm

    I want that Hamptons house in Something’s Gotta Give! If I had that desk and that view, I’d never stop working 🙂 She is really a radiant woman, I’ve enjoyed just about all of her movies.

  3. ashlynn at 8:10 pm

    One of my favorites ~ I love when she is writing at her desk & crying. I thought she deserved some sort of award for that performance. I laugh everytime!

  4. Jessica at 8:11 pm

    I’m a huge Woody Allen fan, so needless to say I’m also a huge Diane Keaton fan.

    Her style, her sense of humor, her acting chops, and her voice just bowl me over. I could listen to her sing “Seems Like Old Times” endlessly.

  5. Katie at 1:19 am

    She’s actually one of my favorites too. If you watch her in Father of the Bride, she is so clearly into the character and moment at all times. I love that even when she isn’t the focus of the scene she doesn’t forget that she is still supposed to be the character.

    Clearly I’ve thought about this a little…

  6. Tonia Conger at 5:49 pm

    I’ll admit it. I often dream of having a random baby dropped off on my doorstep and then running away to the country to make baby food and millions of dollars {remember Baby Boom?}

  7. love.boxes at 4:16 pm

    Manhatten is my favorit Woody Allen movie… but I love her in so many films. She is just beautiful.