Loved the mannerisms of the Italians. A good fun movie with a typical chick flick happy ending!
In this drama the cinematagrophy is amazing it is set in Italy and the rolling hills and the valleys are super beautiful to look at through out the entire film. I also enjoyed the plot and the charactors are established straight away a true enjoyment.
An OK movie. Enjoyed without having to think too much.
Opening few minutes hid the fact that the film's story develops into a beautiful love story, set in fabulous Italian countryside with breathtaling scenery.
An enjoyable movie made all the more enjoyable because of the mens karakoe scene and the quirky ending.
Terrible movie. Pointless and boring. None of it seemed believable. Even the gorgeous Josh Jackson couldn't spark my interest in this movie.
Terrible movie. Pointless, boring and none of it was very believable. The only reason for watching is the gorgeous Josh Jackson and even he couldn't sustain my interest in this movie!
Gorgeous footage of the Italian countryside as Harvey, Josh and Claire meander their way through their problems..........
Some funny laugh-out-loud; as well as poignant, tear-jerking moments make for a great movie experience.
AWESOME perve on Josh Jackson too!
Excellent movie, great cast of actors and actresses. Had a laugh. Loved the scenery and would like to visit Italy. Would have liked to have seen more scenery and more movie! I like long movies. Wanted to see what the locals do at festivals in their village.
A lovely movie in a wonderful Italian setting. Worth watching, but definitely a chick flick.
We enjoyed this movie very much - some very funny parts that had us laughing out loud. Lovely story.
Bit of light fluff. A tad tilted and formulaic.
Thoroughly enjoyed this one. Harvey Keitel gave a powerful performance, so much so I felt his pain. Joshua Jackson was great - very sexy man and there was definitely chemistry between him and Claire.
Harvey Keitel is great in his role as a 'washed-up' American novelist who escaped to Italy. Claire Forlani is OK but was better in "Joe Black'. Funny parts, 'warm' parts, but nothing that is a 'must see'. An easy movie to watch. (however, the fake scenery was a bit off-putting!)
Pathetically weak. The script, the direction and the editting are all just plain bad. Such a shame to see even Harvey Keitel's performance so lame. I just couldn't believe how badly put together this movie really was. It even uses 60's-styled sped up footage at times to attempt to create the illusion of fast moving action. It tries to be funny, but is far from it. The only redeeming features are the stunning beauty of both the location (in Italy) and Claire Forlani.