Everyone Says I Love You

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Released 1996

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Everyone Says I Love You

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Director:
Woody Allen
Released:
1996
Rating:
R
Everyone Says I Love You is a star-studded 1996 musical from Academy Award-winning writer/director Woody Allen and starring Edward Norton, Drew Barrymore, Alan Alda, Natalie Portman, Goldie Hawn, Julia Roberts, Tim Roth, and Woody Allen. The film tells the story of several couples falling in and out of love in New York, Venice, and Paris. For this musical, Allen used actors not known for their vocal ability in order to convey a sense of real people breaking into song. The fifteen songs in the film are an eclectic mix of American jazz standards, popular tunes, and film themes that propel the story of the many daily trials of love. This film is often noted as one of Allen's most-loved and well-received, earning nearly unanimous praise from critics and performing well in theaters. Everyone Says I Love You is a hilarious and creative take on the musical genre, featuring beautiful music and a talented ensemble cast.

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Arts, Comedy, Drama, Music

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Romantic Comedy, Musicals, Love & Romance, Independent