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.