Everyone Says I Love You 1996

Everyone Says I Love You

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A likable, infectious musical, Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You is sometimes uneven but always toe-tapping and fun.

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The daughter of wealthy Manhattanites Joe (Woody Allen) and Steffi (Goldie Hawn), D.J. (Natasha Lyonne) has to contend with her extended family after her parents' divorce. The entire clan is abuzz about the impending wedding of her half-sister, Skylar (Drew Barrymore), and her fiancé, Holden (Edward Norton). However, when gruff former criminal Charlie (Tim Roth) enters the picture, things take an unexpected turn. Meanwhile, the lovelorn Joe pursues the beautiful Von (Julia Roberts) in Europe.

Cast

Tim Roth
as Charles
David Ogden Stiers
as Holden's Father
Tommie Baxter
as Old Woman
Jeff DeRocker
as Homeless Man
Kevin Hagan
as Doorman
John Griffin
as Jeffrey Vandermost
Waltrudis Buck
as Psychiatrist
Edward Hibbert
as Harry Winston Salesman
Frederick Rolf
as Le Cirque Waiter
Tim Jerome
as X-ray Room Doctor
Paolo Seganti
as DJ's Venice Date
Robert Khakh
as Cab Driver
Scotty Bloch
as Holden's Mother
Ed Hodson
as Scott's Doctor
Michel Moinot
as Bob's Doctor
Diva Gray
as Nanny
Kevin Bogue
as Harry Winston Dancer
Colleen Dunn
as Harry Winston Dancer
Pamela Everett
as Harry Winston Dancer
Susan Misner
as Harry Winston Dancer
Gregory Mitchell
as Harry Winston Dancer
Dana Moore
as Harry Winston Dancer
Troy Myers
as Harry Winston Dancer
Joe Orrach
as Harry Winston Dancer
Michael O'Steen
as Harry Winston Dancer
Krissy Richmond
as Harry Winston Dancer
Tina Paul
as Harry Winston Dancer/Mannequin
Cherylyn Jones
as Mannequin
Vikki Schnurr
as Mannequin
Rene Ceballos
as Hospital Dancer
Ruth Gottschall
as Hospital Dancer
Colton Green
as Hospital Dancer
Lisa Leguillou
as Hospital Dancer
Joe Locarro
as Hospital Dancer
Monica McSwain
as Hospital Dancer
Jill Nicklaus
as Hospital Dancer
Andrew Pacho
as Hospital Dancer
John Selya
as Hospital Dancer
Myra Lucretia-Taylor
as Hospital Dancer
Jo Telford
as Hospital Dancer
Gerry Burkhardt
as Ghost Dancer
Eileen Casey
as Ghost Dancer
Shelley Frankel
as Ghost Dancer
Fred C. Mann III
as Ghost Dancer
Kathy Sanson
as Ghost Dancer
Valda Setterfield
as Ghost Dancer
Frank Pietri
as Ghost Dancer
Luis Martin Perez
as Ghost Dancer/Harry Winston Dancer/Hospital Dancer
Tony Sirico
as Escaped Convict
Ray Garvey
as Escaped Convict
Tommy John
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Lindsay Canuel
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Richard Cummings
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Kristen Pettet
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Patrick Lavery
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Christy Carlson Romano
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Jonathan Giordano
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Gabriel Millman
as Trick-or-Treat Child
Don Correia
as Groucho Party Dancer
Sean Grant
as Groucho Party Dancer
Roland Hayes
as Groucho Party Dancer
Darren Lee
as Groucho Party Dancer
Delphine T. Mantz
as Groucho Party Dancer
Joanne McHugh
as Groucho Party Dancer
John Mineo
as Groucho Party Dancer
Cynthia Onrubia
as Groucho Party Dancer
Willie Rosario
as Groucho Party Dancer
Nancy Ticotin
as Groucho Party Dancer
Jerome Vivona
as Groucho Party Dancer
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Critic Reviews for Everyone Says I Love You

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Audience Reviews for Everyone Says I Love You

  • Jun 10, 2011
    Everyone Says I Love You is one of those movies you can't help but fall in love with. This slightly farcical throwback to the old time musicals is impossibly charming. Everyone...is my favorite type of Allen movie: light, funny and warm. The Woody Allen we know and love plays the Woody Allen we know and love. Other standouts are the devilish Tim Roth, the sultry Drew Barrymore and the elegant Goldie Hawn. This film is the very definition of star-studded (the cast also features Natalie Portman, Edward Norton and Julia Roberts) and features some impressive cinematography, particularly in the breathtaking Parisian sequences. Everyone Says I Love You's main selling point are musical numbers by non-singing actors, which give the proceedings more of a down-to-earth feel.
    Fernando Rafael Q Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    A bunch of actors you never thought you'd hear sing, get together to do a Woody Allen musical? That just sounds horrible, but I wanted to see Barrymore anyway, so I watched this movie. I don't know why, but I hate Allen's movies, they're not funny, and this is no exception. It was plain torture to watch.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Aug 08, 2010
    Everyone Says I love you was an entertaining romantic comedy musical. Though by far not the best Woody Allen movie ever made, it had a star-studded cast, and charmingly perfect songs. The plot was at best predictable, yet sweet. Every character made an impact and acted as the character they were. Edward Norton had some extremely charismatic moments, including his two songs. Allen?s comedy shown through and it was defiantly pleasurable. A must watch for Allen, and romantic-comedy fans.
    Liz < Super Reviewer
  • Dec 26, 2009
    An intriging musical set in all different kinds of settings. It was really good! :)
    Cassie H Super Reviewer

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