Everyone Says I Love You


Action / Comedy / Musical / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 68%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 34584


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November 14, 2011 at 04:25 PM



Goldie Hawn as Steffi
Edward Norton as Holden
651.31 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
P/S 5 / 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by oOoBarracuda 4 / 10

Everyone Says I Love You

A few reviews ago, I said that Woody Allen could do anything as I praised his diverse film career. Woody was really out to test me when he went the musical route with his 1996 film, Everyone Says I Love You. The dialogue was exquisite and the musical numbers were great fun, but the film lacked the depth I have come to love and expect from a Woody Allen film. The film is basically an exploration of the romantic relationships of a number of people within one family as they evaluate what they are looking for in life and how the other person would help or hinder their life's ambition. The many romance angles were a bit busy and the lack of depth makes Everyone Says I Love You a largely forgettable blip in Woody Allen's filmography.

Reviewed by srdjan_veljkovic 9 / 10

As straight as a Woody Allen comedy can be

While still being a Woody Allen movie/comedy, this is not as wacky as it usually is. So, more people can enjoy it. And there's a lot to enjoy, including some very well planned and executed jokes, some of which are physical, but not based on someone stumbling around.

The only downside to this is that it has less of a philosophical stream in it. OTOH, there are a lot of Woody Allen movies with much more of that, if that's your thing. Don't get me wrong, there are some smart and interesting themes and ideas in there, but, the accent is on the comedy.

I'm guessing that casting Julia Roberts, in her prime, in this was exactly to highlight that this is more of a "straight" movie. In that light it's also interesting that her role in the movie is probably the wackiest one. There are a lot of little gems like this in the movie, so it is rewarding to watch more than once.

Reviewed by Python Hyena 9 / 10

Everyone Should Say They Love This Film.

Everyone Says I Love You (1996): Dir: Woody Allen / Cast: Woody Allen, Goldie Hawn, Julia Roberts, Alan Alda, Tim Roth: Exquisite musical comedy that remembers when musicals were popular entertainment. The characters express themselves fully by lyrics. Several subplots all evolve around the trials within one family. An engaged couple express love through song before she accidentally swallows the engagement ring buried in her dessert. Her mother is played by Goldie Hawn who wishes to create better lifestyles for prison inmates. Woody Allen plays her ex-husband who seeks advice from his daughter on how to win the affection of a married Julia Roberts. She fills him in after listening in on her therapy sessions. Ranks among Allen's best works, which includes Manhattan Murder Mystery and Mighty Aphrodite. Great ensemble cast engages in witty comic dialogue and many inspired moments. Despite a few unnecessary music numbers Allen proves to understand the musical era delivering an outstanding scene where he engages Hawn and her body drifts aimlessly. Alan Alda plays Hawn's current husband who always seems to be sick. Roberts is superb as the object of desire who must make a big decision. Tim Roth is hilarious as a convict invited by Hawn into her home. It ranks among the best of musicals rendering it a film everyone should love. Score: 9 / 10

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