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New York Times:
It's a world of both serene privilege and surreal possibility, and it offers a delightful and witty compendium of the film maker's favorite things.
Los Angeles Times:
Much of the film's story is half-hearted, its jokes hit or miss, and what starts out feeling genial ends up unavoidably thin.
Styled as a romantic confection, Everyone Says I Love You is, in fact, steeped in an unacknowledged middle-aged sadness that leaks from the writer-director and saps the energies of his cast.
It's difficult not to be impressed by what Allen has achieved with this film: successfully reviving the musical comedy in such a thoroughly delightful fashion.
For a picture that's almost a complete misfire, it's painless to sit through.
San Francisco Chronicle:
Listening to the others sounding like a spouse in the shower makes one wonder: How bad could Barrymore be that she had to be dubbed?