9. Woody Allen and Diane Keaton (Annie Hall '77) - Allen and Keaton also worked together on Manhattan, but as Robert Ebert once said, Annie Hall is "just about everyone's favorite Woody Allen movie." We would have to agree. Keaton is spot-on as the ditzy, free-spirited Annie, who Allen's Alvy is madly in love with, despite how completely different they are (er...she is). It's a portrait of the many nuances of love portrayed perfectly by two screen legends. Sometimes offbeat is just oh-so-good.