Lunch Break Videos: In celebration of Diane Keaton’s 68th birthday, some of her movie moments
Diane Keaton is one of the rare actresses who, well into her 60s, continues to get lead roles in major films.
We got to know her in the 70s through a string of Woody Allen movies (including Oscar winning role in Annie Hall), the Godfather I and II and Looking for Mr. Goodbar. The 80s brought more big movies like her Oscar-nominated performance in Reds, the hit comedy Baby Boom and the dramas Shoot the Moon and Mrs. Soffel. In the 90s, she was in the hit comedy Father of the Bride and its sequel and the blockbuster smash The First Wives Club, an Oscar nominated performance in the drama Marvin’s Room and one of my personal faves Manhattan Murder Mystery.
Another Oscar nomination came for 2003′s Something’s Gotta Give and some of her more recent films include The Family Stone, Because I Said So, Mad Money and Morning Glory.
Here is just a sampling of Keaton moments from some of those great films: