Everyone Says I Love You (1996)

R   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance

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A New York girl sets her father up with a beautiful woman in a troubled marriage while her stepsister gets engaged.

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  • Alan Alda and Goldie Hawn in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
  • Drew Barrymore and Tim Roth in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
  • Drew Barrymore and Edward Norton in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
  • Julia Roberts in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
  • Drew Barrymore in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
  • Alan Alda in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)

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8 March 2004 | drosse67
Kind of out there, but wonderful
I didn't really know what to expect when I heard this was an all-stops-out Woody Allen musical, featuring the REAL voices of his stars. Some of them should definitely not quit their day jobs--Julia Roberts and Ed Norton in particular. Others, like Goldie Hawn, Alan Alda and Tim Roth, fare much better. I shudder to think what Drew Barrymore sounds like--she has said her voice is SO bad, she insisted on someone dubbing it. I can't imagine how she could top Julia Roberts on the "tone deaf" meter.

There really isn't much of a plot here. It's basically about upper-class New Yorkers struggling with their love lives, but the plot gives Woody an excuse to film in Venice and Paris and mimic his hero, Groucho Marx. Some of the musical interludes are really creative and funny--dare I say as good as some of the numbers in the classic MGM musicals. And some of the numbers, in places like hospitals, funeral homes, and jewelry stores, are a little on the bizarre side. Woody Allen fans will most definitely appreciate this more than the average viewer. And on another note, I have no idea why this movie is rated R. There is no profanity, no nudity, no sex, no violence---I think the MPAA was on drugs when they saw this.

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Comedy | Musical | Romance

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