It is my humble opinion that in purely objective terms, it's the best film ever made.
Speaking of middle class white people's problems, I watched Annie Hall for the first time last night. Really enjoyed it. Is the first Woody Allen film I've seen where he's actually in it (for some reason only seem to have seen some of his more recent stuff). Very funny in places, chuckled quite a few times at some of the lines he comes out with. Loved the subtitled-thoughts that popped up in one scene, on top of what they were saying to each other, and the fourth-wall breaking moments were well done.
Reminded me a little of Blue Jasmine, in that it focuses on various points of a person's life and their relationship to another. Will need to check out more of his backlog.
Stylistically and technically groundbreaking in pretty much every single scene, yet all holds together meaningfully and coherently. It never feels forced (it actually feels quite light), and it's touching and funny without ever feeling manipulative or sentimental. It's just fantastic.