Everyone Says I Love You
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Everyone Says I Love You (1996)

Everyone Says I Love You
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A New York girl sets her father up with a beautiful woman in a shaky marriage while her half sister gets engaged.

Release Date:December 6, 1996
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MPAA Rating:R
Genres:Music, Comedy, Romance
Production Company:Miramax Films
Production Countries:United States of America
Director:Woody Allen, Richard Patrick, Kay Chapin, Jerome Borenstein, Genka Emili
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Plot Keywords:paris, venice, adultery, robbery, lovesickness, dancer, airport, broken engagement, infidelity, montmartre, winter, marriage proposal, new love, restaurant, gondola, halloween, racehorse, lover, musical, grandfather, thanksgiving, senility, tourist, jogging, atheist, dysfunctional family, independent film, family relationships, mistaken identity, wealth, redemption, unfaithfulness, hospital, lingerie slip, escaped convict, singing, maid, new york city, divorce, urban setting, christmas eve, cult film, waiter, wake, jewelry store, unwanted kiss, funeral home, central park, ghost, opposites attract, engagement ring, jumping rope, autumn, trick or treating, flashback, park avenue, parolee, x-ray, jeweler, fiancée
  • Extremely funny and entertaining
    October 1, 2003
    This is a wonderfully funny story, affectionately parodying old-time musicals, and evoking a nostalgic regret that they are not being made any more. Some of the vocalizations are amateurish (Alan Alda is an exception) but Dick Hyman's musical arrangements and the performances of the musicians are fine. Alda's rendition of the old Cole Porter song "Thinking of You", accompanied by the marvelous Dick Hyman on the piano, is first rate.
    Woody Allen provides many hilarious moments. He uses the great violinist Itzhak Perlman as the punch line to a carefully constructed gag. He uses the invasion of privacy of a session of psychoanalysis as an offbeat plot device. He satirizes the romantic young and the do-gooding impulses of the old. He takes us from Manhattan to Venice and Paris. He involves us in old tunes and comically elaborate dance routines. He gives us a good time.
    Everyone Says I Love You is one of the very few movies I have ever gone back to the theater to see another time. I even bought the tape.