To Rome with Love is a kaleidoscopic comedy movie set in one of the world's most enchanting cities. The film brings us into contact with a well-known American architect reliving his youth; an average ... read more
DVD Release Date: January 15, 2013
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March 13, 2013
To Rome with Love was one of the most boring, messy, unineresting, long films I have seen recently. I can confidently say that I hated it. I gave it a star for the talent that was in the film. I have only liked a handful of Woody Allen's films. I think...
February 26, 2013
I had heard some decidedly mixed to even rather negative things about this, but ya know what? That's not entirely accurate.
Set in Rome, we get four unrelated vignettes that all involve love and relationships in some sort of way, all of them generally kind of funny, and falling ...
February 16, 2013
This would be quite good and funny if the direction were imaginative enough to add to the charming scenes Allen's screenplay has to offer. Instead, we're left with its unfocused and mainly uninteresting plot that was only asking for a little help from the visuals.
January 25, 2013
A Well Cooked Italian Dish.
Great Film! "To Rome with Love" is a fantasy film; a comedy about people living out their fantasies. The great thing about it is that it's subtle enough that you don't recognize the fantasy element in all of the relationships until later on in the fil...
October 29, 2012
Not Allen's best, but there's not a lot wrong with this film - like Vicky Cristina Barcelona, it's sexually charged to the nines, and though there are a few jokes that fall flat - Woody Allen can't really play a character other than Woody Allen - there are a quite a few big laugh...
October 27, 2012
A hit and miss film producing fewer laughs, and less intelligent and emotional nuance, than any of Woody Allen's best work. The structure is interesting, and pulled off well, as is are the alternating languages, but it still feels a little bitty, a little scattershot, while Midni...
August 27, 2012
"To Rome with Love" is my favorite Woody Allen movie since 2008's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona." It channels the spirit of Federico Fellini to bring a surrealist touch to its sumptuous celebration of Rome. Perhaps it's the imaginative and slightly post-modern surrealism that has cau...
July 29, 2012
I was really excited that Ellen Page was going to play Monica, "the siren ingenue," in Woody Allen's newest film because while she's made her career playing quirky/damaged girls, there's an irresistible quality in her that I find sexy and sensual. Instead, either Woody directed ...
July 18, 2012
Four stories from Woody Allen set in Rome: a Roman citizen becomes famous for no reason, a young married couple is separated and tempted by other lovers, an architecht follows a younger version of himself through a romantic fling, and a retired opera director wants to make a mort...
July 15, 2012
Woody Allen is without a doubt growing older and older. Each year, he releases a film, a goal he set God only knows how long ago, and usually, we're genuinely surprised by how old he actually is (currently, that number is 76). Why is this so shocking? Not one cell in his wryly...
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