To Rome with Love

June 21st, 2012








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To Rome with Love

Still of Woody Allen and Roberto Benigni in To Rome with LoveStill of Judy Davis in To Rome with LoveArturo Pons at event of To Rome with LoveStill of Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg and Ellen Page in To Rome with LoveStill of Woody Allen, Alison Pill and Flavio Parenti in To Rome with LoveStill of Roberto Benigni in To Rome with Love

Plot
A story about a number of people in Italy, some American, some Italian, some residents, some visitors, and the romances and adventures and predicaments they get into.

Release Year: 2012

Rating: 6.0/10 (1,287 voted)

Critic's Score: 58/100

Director: Woody Allen

Stars: Woody Allen, Penélope Cruz, Jesse Eisenberg

Storyline
A story about a number of people in Italy, some American, some Italian, some residents, some visitors, and the romances and adventures and predicaments they get into.

Cast:
Pierluigi Marchionne - Traffic Policeman
Flavio Parenti - Michelangelo
Roberto Benigni - Leopoldo
Alison Pill - Hayley
Alessandro Tiberi - Antonio
Judy Davis - Phyllis
Alessandra Mastronardi - Milly
Alec Baldwin - John
Carol Alt - Carol
David Pasquesi - Tim
Antonio Albanese - Luca Salta
Lynn Swanson - Ellen
Fabio Armiliato - Giancarlo
Monica Nappo - Sofia
Ornella Muti - Pia Fusari

Release Date: 20 April 2012

Filming Locations: Rome, Lazio, Italy

Opening Weekend: €2,806,187 (Italy) (22 April 2012) (599 Screens)

Gross: €7,730,880 (Italy) (28 May 2012)



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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Woody Allen's first acting role in five pictures and six years. His last was in Scoop.



User Review

Woody Allen's worst movie ever.

Rating: 4/10

To Rome with Love is just a bluff, the work of a man who's probably tired, or even worse, of a man who doesn't have anything else to say. This is the first impression when watching this movie, which lacks all the nice dialogues that are always part of Allen filmography. The characters are also just poor, and so is the acting, only exceptions are Alec Baldwin and Penelope Cruz. The story is just not interesting at all, so as the portrait of Rome, which seems so fake and untrue. Even a TV Italian commercial has a better direction (and much better photography) than this horrible movie. I mean, you are making a movie about Rome, not about Cleveland (with all respect for the city in Ohio. My idea is that Woody Allen just kept taking naps and left everything in the hands of some unknown Italian director, only this might explain this result.

A huge disappointment in every way you look at it.

Save your money!




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