Love conquers all, even Darth Vader! Yep, this Woody Allen triumph beat out Star Wars for the 1978 Best Picture Oscar. Chock full of laugh lines, poignant insights, and even runaway lobsters, the film traces the failed affair between neurotic comic Alvy (Allen) and aspiring singer Annie (adorably ditzy Diane Keaton). Fortunately, the studio nixed Allen's working title, Anhedonia, which means "the inability to feel pleasure." Annie Hall gives us the opposite of that.