• In the early '90s, it seemed like Woody Allen's quality was declining as he made more and more movies about neurotic rich New Yorkers. He reached an all time nadir with "Everyone Says I Love You". It was bad enough that he had to imply that the lives, affairs, etc., of rich New Yorkers was interesting to the world; to add insult to injury, he had to make it a musical. The issue is not whether the cast members can do a good job singing; the whole movie makes you feel like you're turning into a piece of jello. In short, he wasted a perfectly good cast (Goldie Hawn, Alan Alda, Drew Barrymore, Lukas Haas, Tim Roth, Edward Norton, Julia Roberts) on the sort of thing that he would normally rip apart as Hollywood garbage. Absolutely toxic.