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1,758 Ratings

Everyone Says I Love You

Directed by Woody Allen
United States, 1996
Comedy, Musical, Romance


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

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Everyone Says I Love You Directed by Woody Allen

Awards & Festivals

National Board of Review

1996 | 2 wins including: Best Supporting Actor

César Awards

1998 | Nominee: Best Foreign Film

Golden Globes (USA)

1997 | Nominee: Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

1996 | Winner: Best Supporting Actor

Critics reviews

Everyone Says I Love You is Woody at his most fun and freewheeling, tossing gags and digressions around virtually at random… You can see the beginning of Woody’s latter-day laziness as a writer here—a recurring bit with Lukas Haas as a Young Republican in a family of liberals is beyond feeble (though it has a great punchline)—but his comic timing was still comparatively razor-sharp, and this was pretty much the last gasp of his career as an improbable romantic lead.
July 25, 2013
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In Everyone Says I Love You Woody Allen’s decision to resurrect a favorite genre, the musical, that Hollywood long ago abandoned, influences our responses far more than Brooks’s pie-in-the-sky ending [for Mother]. Judging from some reviews I’ve read, it has even encouraged some viewers to overlook an almost total absence of wit in the dialogue and an overall alienation from the human race that’s unparalleled in Allen’s work.
January 23, 1997
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