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Plot: Set in the romantic city of Rome. The intertwining stories of a worker who wakes up to find himself a celebrity, an architect who takes a trip back to the street he lived on as a student, a young couple on their honeymoon, and a frustrated opera director who has a talent for discovering talented singers. Runtime: 112 mins Release Date: 06 Sep 2012
It's the most laughable film that Woody Allen made late years. I love and seen all his works and he is my favorite director exactly. "To Rome with love" is remarkable situation comedy and Woody Allen have always done similar films with peculiar brilliance and charm. I seem I laughed in a theater louder than everybody. Woody Allen as always a great, witty and in his fine creative form. I have been very glad to see his on a screen and his performance with Judy Davis was one of the most funny in that beautiful movie. Almost many thanks to Woody for luxurious cast, particularly for <more>
Ornella Muti and Roberto Benigni. For me "To Rome with love" is the best comedy this summer that raised my mood to the cosmic heights. Thank you Woody and long life.
Run, don't walk to see this film (by cornell-jaray)
If you are looking for a highly entertaining, tears-producing funny diversion for a couple of hours, Run!, don't walk to your nearest theater. It is a profound mystery to me what might have been wrong, in the reviewer's lives on the day they wrote their piece, for them to have written so negatively, or at best so begrudging with their faintest of praise. Alec Baldwin, as a modern Greek chorus used previously by Allen , is perfectly cast as the jaded but wise Cassandra. And Roberto Benigni again proves his Oscar-worthiness in his role of Everyman-Nobody. One just can't ask for a <more>
more enjoyable movie experience. This is certainly another instance where reviewers' dyspeptic pieces can be safely ignored.
To Rome With Love is A Roman Holiday **** (by edwagreen)
As far as I'm concerned, this was one of Woody Allen's best pictures in years.It deals with Romans and Americans caught up in a variety of situations in the eternal city.Not only is their hilarity but we can actually make sense out of how these people get away from these confronting situations to lead a normal life.From the plain couple who run into a prostitute, a movie actor and burglar, these situations shall only reinforce their love. To the hilarity of the Allen character discovering that his daughter's future father-in-law sings opera beautifully provided that he's in a <more>
shower and how that is handled is an utter joy to watch. How the young man discovers love with his girlfriend's best friend is amazing and how he reconciles with his girlfriend is pure Hollywood gold.Alec Baldwin serves as a mentor to Jesse Eisenberg. Judy Davis, who plays Allen's psychiatrist wife looks more and more like the late Geraldine Page. If ever they make Page's biography, she should definitely have the lead role.Roberto Benigni is as clever as ever as the common man whose opinions are suddenly valued. When his fleeting fame ends, he longs for it.This is a real crowd pleaser of a film.
All of your heart's fantasies played out in Rome with love, celebrities, death and opera (by napierslogs)
"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 film. The obvious one is when native Roman, Leopoldo Pisanello Roberto Benigni , becomes a celebrity over night. "It's better to be a celebrity than an unknown." And as Benigni shows, way funnier too.It's the type of film where everybody gets to see themselves as famous, or supremely interesting, or a guiding angel, or <more>
married to a hooker, or the object of a movie star's affections, or on a romantic rendezvous with a thief, or having the ability to change the world with one simple idea. It will take you to wherever your heart desires. And then you'll realize why it's often advised to think with your brain rather than with your heart.Half Italian and half English, we follow two relationships involving Romans and two relationships with Americans in Rome. A young, Italian, married couple get separated and the young man finds himself living out every other young man's fantasies while the young woman finds herself living out her own fantasies.Hayley Alison Pill , a New Yorker transplanted in Rome, falls in love and gets engaged to a successful Roman lawyer. Her parents Woody Allen and Judy Davis make the trek across the ocean to meet their in-laws. But Allen's obsession with death and equating retirement with death causes him to create a national disaster or success story, depending on how you look at it .Jack Jesse Eisenberg is an American architect living in Rome with his girlfriend. First he meets his architecture idol, John Alec Baldwin , who sees Jack as the younger version of himself. Or more accurately, Jack sees John as the older version of himself the joke works better that way . Then Jack meets Monica Ellen Page who is his girlfriend's best friend and is the object of all men's fantasies.Page also gets to play the role of the self-obsessed, pseudo-intellectual â€” commonly referred to as "the pedantic one" in most Woody Allen movies. Other than Allen himself, Eisenberg and Baldwin play a sort of tag-team version of the self-deprecating, neurotic hero, although this time with a touch of confidence.Confidence is not to be confused with optimism because as funny as "To Rome with Love" is, it also has Allen's usual undertone of pessimism. Death is going to come sooner than you would like, but not soon enough. And even if you do get to live out your heart's fantasies, they may not lead to everything that you hoped for. This film is the comedy version of death and negativity, and can provide you with the simple joys in life.
To Rome with Love 2012 was written and directed by Woody Allen. In this movie Allen does for Rome what he has already done for New York and Paris--transformed the city into a magical kingdom where anything is possible.The film doesn't have one plot, it has four. It doesn't have one star, it has about a dozen.The four plots involve a young small-town Italian couple who arrive in Rome right after their marriage; a retired opera director Allen and his wife who come to Rome to join their daughter, who has fallen in love with a young Italian lawyer; a famous architect Alec Baldwin <more>
To Woody, with great love from the movie-loving world, bellissimo! (by inkblot11)
In Rome, there are lots of folks on the verge of great love. There is the young American tourist Alison Pill who just happens to get directions to the Trevi fountain from a gorgeous young Italian lawyer. Soon, they are seeing the city and having dinner. But, the idyllic phase may be over when her parents Judy Davis and Woody Allen fly in from the States to meet the young man and his family. The lawyer's father, a mortician, sings opera in the shower well but fails to make an impact when he has no soap in his hands. Then, there is a young architectural student Jesse Eisenberg who has <more>
a live-in girlfriend Greta Gerwig he supposedly is much in love with. What a curveball when her longtime, struggling-actress pal Ellen Page shows up to turn his attentions in a new direction. An older building designer Alec Baldwin is around to give him advice. There is also the gentle clerk Roberto Benigni who suddenly captures the world's attention, even to what kind of underwear he sports! And, what about the young married couple, straight from the country, who come to Rome for a new, wealthier life and get tangled up with a call girl Penelope Cruz and a philandering actor? What doings and what romance is in the air! Dear Woody, don't be scared, but I am a number one fan, among many in the world. Therefore, every work you create is like adding a new element to the periodic table. This one is fresh, funny, clever, and utterly gorgeous in its photography. The cast, very large, is also terrific! Bravo! For all you film fans everywhere, in Rome, New York, or Peoria, go see it. Immediately, if not sooner.
As time passes Woody Allen is able to transform himself and his movies. Don't get me wrong, it is obvious that we are seeing a Woody Allen film from the initial credits, but he still can surprise us. We see different stories through out the film. Some show aspects of the Italian lifestyle and culture, presented from a beautiful Rome; that city that Allen wants to present to us, his Rome. But other stories present again the issues that have been important to him, those problems that for centuries have raised for humankind: love, infidelity, death, success, fame, happiness; those issues <more>
that Allen simply loves to discuss. The cast is charming and I want to highlight a sincere Roberto Benigni; Jesse Eisenberg, that resembles perfectly the young Woody Allen; and the beautiful and talented Ellen Page, with a powerful character that makes you impossible not to fall in love with her.I have the huge bias of been a Woody Allen fan and that is probably why I enjoyed so much this movie. It is thrilling to see him acting again. See all that neurosis again in the big screen. This movie surprises, can be as surreal as BuÃ±uel would be and also as real as Allen is with daily problematics.
Not among Allen's greats, but still a lot of fun (by runamokprods)
While not great Woody Allen â€“ it's neither profound, moving nor funny enough for that title, it is quite enjoyable. The film is made up of four intercut short stories, that share little other than the fact they're set in Rome. Some have fantasy elements, some are more absurdist, others more straightforward character farce.But somehow, though they don't make much of a logical grouping, the whole thing is lighthearted and fun enough that it seems grumpy to pick on it. Sure some jokes fall flat and some ideas seem unfulfilled, but a lot of it is wonderfully acted and cleverly <more>
written. And at a time when so many comedies are aimed only at 15 year olds, even 2nd tier Woody, simply telling playfully comic tales, is a welcome sight.
well, since ea few years I started enjoying Woody Allen movies and so I wanted to watch this one as well. And it was definitely worth it! Of course I was also interested because, as Italian, I was curious to see some famous Italian actors in an American movie, and I liked them a lot. I like young Alessandra Mastronardi, know in Italy for many TV movies, well, she is great there, so with her a good future.The movie is ironic, I enjoyed the part of Roberto Benigni the most, as it's a critic towards show business in my opinion.The other stories were also entertaining.What I was puzzled to <more>
see was a microphone that was visible in some scenes... Is it really possible that such a mistake can be made by Woody Allen??Ah, and great to see Rome in a movie, fantastic town.