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August 25, 2013
quite cute, light & funny... i enjoyed it...!!!
February 20, 2013
I thought this was better than some of the critics suggested. Sure, it was a trifle - but it was still a Woody Allen trifle, with a nice deep cast in these overlapping fantasies set, of course in Rome. MIDNIGHT IN PARIS was better - but it was linear story that was meant to be more substantial - which doesn't make this less fun.
January 23, 2013
Charming film Ellen Page was miscast Penelope Cruz was wonderful..wait for the dvd.......
August 08, 2012
Haven't seen it, but after seeing just the trailer, I say, \"What a WASTE of A-list talent on this scummy film about amoral people made to appear smart and sophisticated.\" Arrividerci, Woody, to your film that I won't waste my time or hard-earned Euros on.
August 07, 2012
If you like Woody Allen and his humor you will love this movie. The scenes of Rome are amazing and the music--and the music!! The plot is very funny also. Not quite as good as Midnight in Paris, but rib tickling non the less.
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The New York Times
One of the most delightful things about To Rome With Love is how casually it blends the plausible and the surreal, and how unabashedly it revels in pure silliness. Full Review
"With age comes exhaustion," according to a rueful line late in the film, and it serves as a fitting diagnosis for Woody Allen's latest fallen souffle set in a European cultural capital. Full Review
It's neither one of Allen's best, nor among his worst. It is also not likely to win audiences over with the passion that "Midnight in Paris" did. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
For better or worse, Woody Allen turns out a movie every year. Last year's "Midnight in Paris" was better than better; that is to say, sublime. To Rome With Love is worse than worse, as inert as its predecessor was inspired. Full Review
New York Daily News
Much of the young cast - especially a miscast Page - make the oft-repeated mistake of saying Allen's dialogue as he might say them; the result is a lot of hyperarticulation, stammering and gesturing. Full Review