A romantic comedy movie written by Truman Capote and starring Audrey Hepburn. Capote intended for the protagonist to be portrayed by Marilyn Monroe, however Monroe backe out after being told that the role wouldn't be good for her image. The film is known mostly for the elegance and quirkiness of Hepburn's character Holly Golightly. The title is derived from the opening scene where Holly, after attending a party, is window-shopping at a Tiffany's boutique at six in the morning while munching on a danish pastry. The movie depicts the romance of a high-class escort (Holly Golightly) who falls in love with an up-and-coming writer (Paul 'Fred' Varjak - portrayed by George Peppard).
Breakfast at Tiffany's is the ultimate Audrey Hepburn movie.
A popular 1977 Romantic Comedy film directed and co-written by Woody Allen. Won 1977 Oscars/Academy Awards for Best Actress (Diane Keaton), Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Picture. The movie llustrates the ups and downs of a relationship between an adventurous wannabe-singer (Keaton) and an introverted cynic (Allen). Sort of like "When Harry Met Sally" but better.
That Annie Hall movie makes me feel all warm and tingly inside.
b) A film noir popularized by its final line "I'm ready for my close-up, Mr. Deville". Stars William Holden and Gloria Swanson. Won 3 Academy Awards/Oscars. Depicts the story of a desperate writer looking to make a cheap buck but ends up trapped within the web of a femme fatale, a former silent film star who wants to re-attain stardom.