To Rome with Love 2012

In Woody Allen's ensemble comedy To Rome With Love, various lives intersect in the Italian city. The characters include architect John (Alec Baldwin), a young man (Jesse Eisenberg) in love with his girlfriend's best friend, an opera director (Woody Allen) who…
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In Woody Allen's ensemble comedy To Rome With Love, various lives intersect in the Italian city. The characters include architect John (Alec Baldwin), a young man (Jesse Eisenberg) in love with his girlfriend's best friend, an opera director (Woody Allen) who finds an undiscovered talent in an unexpected place, and Leopoldo (Roberto Benigni), who inadvertently becomes one of the most famous people in Rome.

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111mins

Critic Reviews

  • Life is bearable – To Rome With Love Review

    Reviewed by Simon Miraudo

    The release of a new Woody Allen film is a special event in the sense that each breath is a special event; we’re used to them, we assume the next one isn’t far behind, and the very best ones follow...

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Member Reviews

  • Dreadful boring tosh. What a waste of time.

  • A wonderful tribute to the Italian anthology films of the 60s and 70s, filtered through Woody Allen's unique worldview.

  • I felt that it tried a little too hard to be quirky. Still enjoyed it as a fun romp with beautiful scenery.

  • Very badly played, not interesting dialogue. Stop watching the movie after 10 minutes.

  • Having recently been to Rome, and enjoyed Midnight In Paris, so gave this a go. Within 5 minutes I had a feeling that the Italian Tourist Bureau had offered Woody $10M to do a film about Rome, same as Midnight in Paris. Guess what! They did. Wikipedia tells me Woody was offered funding and scribbled some ideas out. It looks like it. Weak storylines, lame acting, silly dialogue, with a few Woody jokes and Italian scenery. There are better films set in Italy.

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