A collection of vignettes, loosely based on the book by Dr. David Rueben, written and directed by Woody Allen, Everything contains some very funny moments. It's easy to forget that the cerebral Allen excelled at the type of broad, Catskill, dirty jokes and visual gags that run amok here. It's also remarkable how dirty this 1972 movie really was--bestiality, exposure, perversion, and S&M get their moments to shine. The Woody Allen here, who appears in many of the sketches, is a portent of the seedy old Allen of Deconstructing Harry. Although the final bit, which takes place inside a man's body during a very hot date, is hilarious, most of Everything feels like the screen adaptation of a '70s bathroom joke book. Still, a must for Allen fans. --Keith Simanton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
While all the early Woody Allen films are funny and worthwhile, this is probably the most uneven to my taste. Read morePublished on April 13 2011 by K. Gordon
Don't listen to Adi's review, calling the film "juvenile"
Adi should watch some of today's teen exploits to find a true juvenile movie. Read more
This is the funniest Woody movie, hands down. With seven stand alone skits each answering a question, my personal favorite happening to be "Why do women...? Read morePublished on Dec 1 2002 by Nirco
I used to love Woody Allen's work, and I had expected great things from this movie. Unfortunately for me, I was disappointed. The humor is too juvenile to even be called childish. Read morePublished on June 20 2002 by Adi Adler
The person bellow probibly dident go into the languages section of his dvd. Mine has subtitles. Feel free to buy as you wish.
(good move--and sheep!)
Totally insane film, loved the vignettes about everything once held taboo about sex... and the best scene is Wilder and his sheep! Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2001
Huge disappointment from an otherwise consistent, high-quality period in Allen's career. I'm no prude, but the whole exercise is simply base and comes across as simply dirty as... Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2000