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Strap on your leather gloves and jaunty hat, because it’s Diane Keaton‘s 68th birthday this weekend! The legendary thespian will always be known for Best Actress-earned turn in Annie Hall, but she’s given us enough joy to last us a few cinematic lifetimes: Love and Death, Sleeper, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Manhattan, Reds, Baby Boom, Father of the Bride, Marvin’s Room, The First Wives Club, and hell, Something’s Gotta Give. She eked an Oscar nomination out of Something’s Gotta Give, people. The woman has earned her props. And her memoir? Is outstanding.

To celebrate her big day, I ask you: What’s the most underrated Diane Keaton performance?

I already hear your shouts of Crimes of the Heart, but I’m going with a simpler, lighter film: Manhattan Murder Mystery. Although I love Mia Farrow in Woody’s movies, Diane takes to his often »

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