Everyone Says I Love YouJanuary 3, 1997
A New York girl sets her father up with a beautiful woman in a shaky marriage while her half sister gets engaged.
Release Year: 1996
Rating: 6.8/10 (19,362 voted)
Stars: Woody Allen, Goldie Hawn, Julia Roberts
Holden and Skylar are in love with each other. Skylar lives with a large and extended family on Manhattan. Her parents, Bob and Steffi have been married to each other for many years. Joe, a friend of theirs, who has a daughter, DJ, with Steffi. After yet another relationship, Joe is alone again. He flees to Venice, and meets Von, and makes her believe that he is the man of her dreams. However, their happiness is fake all the way, and she returns to her previous husband. Steffi spends her time with charity work, and manages to break up Skylars and Holdens relation when she introduces Skylar to a released jailbird, Charles Ferry.
(as Jeff Derocker)
Harry Winston Dancer
Djuna 'D.J.' Berlin
Release Date: 3 January 1997
Filming Locations: 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: $131,678
(8 December 1996)
Did You Know?
In the foreign release of this film the producers wanted all the singing in English, and all the dialog dubbed. There is one scene where Goldie Hawn is speaking while Alan Alda is singing live on the set. This segment of singing had to be re-dubbed into English by Vocal Contortionist Jeff Bergman – Segment Produced by Roy Yokelson.
Crew or equipment visible:
The camera and Woody Allen are reflected in a mirror during the dance scene in the jewelry store.
Bob, calm your denial mechanism.
Extremely funny and entertaining
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
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
Itzhak Perlman as the punch line to a carefully constructed gag. He uses
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
Everyone Says I Love You is one of the very few movies I have ever
back to the theater to see another time. I even bought the