"I agree with Tom Huddleston; picking a favourite Woody Allen film is by no means easy. Sure, he's gone off the boil in recent years - 'Melinda and Melinda' being a fine example of just how poor he can be - but with 'Sweet and Lowdown' and 'Match Point' from the last decade he can still have more pride than most writer/directors in that period. As for my favourite, well 'Sweet and Lowdown' would be up there, as would 'Mighty Aphrodite', 'Bananas', and 'Love and Death'. But probably the top two would be 'Manhattan' and 'Radio Days'. Just delightful masterpieces."