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Diane Keaton is 53 years old and was born on January 5th 1946 She appears in thirty-seven movies six of which only appeared on television As a young adult she did twelve movies Her first one was in 1970 when she was twenty-four years old These movies span until her mid-thirties As a middle aged adult Diane Keatons first movie was in 1981 when she was thirty-five Since then she has acted in nineteen big-screen movies This year she appeared as Georgia in the movie Hanging Up which she also directed She will be in the upcoming movie Town and Country I saw five movies where Diane Keaton was a young adult In most of these she dressed like a man Critics say that she had twitchy mannerisms and awkward speech patterns A lot of people found this annoying but I found these behaviours to be the most interesting part of her early works Typically she portrayed an insecure neurotic or flaky character In most of these movies however her character had all of these qualities She didnt have much of a range and there was no real depth of character These movies were poor quality Love and Death was rather interesting but the others were dumb The fact that she was young may not be the reason why these movies werent good All five of them were written directed and produced by Woody Allan She did quite a number of films with him because of their brief romantic involvement and continuous friendship The reason why these movies were so bad may have just been because of Woody Allan It may have nothing to do with Diane Keatons acting ability at the time I watched ten movies from Diane Keatons midlife works A common thread between her characters was confidence and intelligence something that was lacking in her previous roles In most of these movies her character loses control and has a screaming
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