13. Diane Keaton Singing "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To"
Film: Radio Days (1987)
Boasting 150 characters, dozens of storylines, subplots, flashbacks, cutaways and digressions, this highly cinematic love letter to the golden age of radio is a loving nostalgia trip full of memorable performances and clever little parodies.
As well as doing all this, Radio Days also managed to be a financial and critical hit, more than doubling the original outlay and receiving Oscar nods in the screenplay and art direction category come March 1987.
As for a specific clip to direct you towards, that’s a tough call. There’s the girl down the well scenes, but let’s pick Diane Keaton singing "You'd be so nice to come home to". We dare you not to fall in love with her. Double dare you, in fact.