Rated R · 111 minutes · 2012

Romantic comedy
There is plenty to admire in Woody Allen's To Rome with Love. The problem is that it's scattered all over the place. Instead of one concrete story, the kind that Allen excels at telling, this film has four distinct subplots that have nothing to do with anything else. It's not exactly more than Woody can handle, but it's more than he should. Of the four stories, two of them have to do with love, which is appropriate given the location. The other two, however, are the ones worth watching: an aspiring opera singer who's amazing as long as he's singing in the shower (even during a real performance), and a middle manager (Roberto Benigni) who suddenly becomes famous for no reason and remains famous simply for being famous. It's not enough to sustain the whole film, but there are great moments in both stories worth a few laughs.

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Director: Woody Allen
Producer: Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum, Gianpaolo Letta and Faruk Alatan
Cast: Woody Allen, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig, Ellen Page, Antonio Albanese, Fabio Armiliato, Alessandra Mastronardi, Ornella Muti, Flavio Parenti, Alison Pill, Riccardo Scamarcio and Alessandro Tiberi


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Portland Mercury Postcard Fables Woody Allen's late-career tour of Europe continues in To Rome with Love. by Ned Lannamann 07/05/2012
Colorado Springs Independent When vacations attack: To Rome With Love At times To Rome seems vaguely demented, and might be a test to determine whether we'll stand politely by as Woody Allen finally descends, doddering, into the void. by Jonathan Kiefer 07/04/2012
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Indy Week Woody Allen's To Rome with Love explores that whole sad clown thing Ruggero Leoncavallo's famous opera Pagliacci (or Clowns) is a perfect fit for Allen's themes, if not for his lifelong identity: This is the opera where that whole sad clown thing comes from. by Nathan Gelgud 07/04/2012
Style Weekly Movie Review: "To Rome with Love" A mildly interesting addition to Woody Allen's extended European filmmaking vacation. by Wayne Melton 07/10/2012
The Coast Halifax To Rome With Love Light hearted summer fare for Allen-addicts by Molly Segal 07/12/2012

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