The story of a college student with an "Annie Hall" addiction trying to make his new relationship work.

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Max
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Julie
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Beth (as Kim Murphy Zandell)
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Charles
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Sam
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Amanda
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Tommy
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Jen
Jason Risner ...
Scott
Carrie Freedle ...
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Keith Page ...
Mark
David Hall ...
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Evan Price ...
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Jaisey Bates ...
Amy
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A dark comedy about Max, who thinks Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" is a cautionary tale about the futility of romance. Just as he begins to suspect the movie is ruining his love life, his world is turned inside-out by a girl who just might be the modern equivalent of Annie Hall herself. Written by Anonymous

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Meet Max. He's got a love-hate relationship with love, hate, and relationships. See more »

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Max, the name of the protagonist, is also the name the Tony Roberts character calls Alvy Singer at the beginning of Annie Hall. "It's a good name for you," he tells him during a scene in which they walk and discuss antisemitism (a scene also echoed at the beginning of this film, along with many other structural and scene homages). See more »

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When Max is describing his group he says Sam is the "Alpha male" of the group, which primarily consists of "zeta males." The implication is the other males would be the lowest social caste, but that would be the "omega males" because Omega is the last letter in the Greek alphabet. Zeta is the 7th letter. See more »

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Max: I can't support an acronym without knowing what it stands for. I once joined NAMBLA because I thought it was an animal rights group.
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References Annie Hall (1977) See more »

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Written and Performed By Anthony Stephenson
Appearing Courtesy of Anthony Stephenson
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Burning Annie is a fantastic film.
6 April 2004 | by (Worcester, MA) – See all my reviews

I saw Burning Annie at Clark University on April 3, 2004. Burning Annie is about a bunch of college kids who blame their poor luck with relationships on their ritualistic watching of Woody Allen's Annie Hall. The script is brilliantly witty and would seem to be begging for comparison to Woody Allen himself, if not for its moments of modesty and self-deprecation. It doesn't take itself too seriously and that is its charm. The film's editing was fun and playful, fitting into the rest of the film perfectly. Absent of any stars, the acting was quite impressive. I wouldn't be surprised to see Gary Lundy in another film very soon. As a college kid, I can completely relate to the characters and storyline. They hit the nail on the head with this movie. Overall, this was a superb film, and I would recommend Burning Annie to anyone looking to have a good time with a movie.


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