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Monday, September 10, 2012

To Rome With Love Review

To Rome With Love Rating: 3.33/5

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To Rome With Love Movie Review


Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN (IBNLive)
Woody Allen’s new film, To Rome With Love isn’t nearly as inventive or as fascinating as last year’s Midnight in Paris, but it is nevertheless a light, frothy confection that you’ll have trouble hating.Alternating between whimsical and charming, To Rome With Love is inconsistent, and feels lazy at times. The track involving Roberto Benigni is decidedly underdeveloped, and there’s a farcical element to the storyline involving the newlywed couple that doesn’t fit easily with the other more subtle tracks. But there’s enough to like here too. At 76, the filmmaker still delivers an enjoyable enough film, even if it isn’t one of his best. I’m going with three out of five for Woody Allen’s To Rome With Love. Good, but never great.
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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Allen O Brien Site:Times of India
Woody Allen. He not only directs To Rome with Love; he also happens to be the man behind the script (Woody Allen is the writer too)... and he also stars in this movie. And disappoint he does not at least when it comes to his performance. In fact, To Rome with Love scores purely for the huge star cast, and then for the performances put forth by the same cast.Unfortunately, it is the script -- too many characters, too many sub plots, too many unexplained fundas/stories -- that leaves you rather disappointed. That's when you realise To Rome with Love is no Woody Allen's Oscar-winning (Midnight in Paris, Manhattan or Hannah and her sisters) effort
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Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Zinnia Ray Chaudhuri Site:DNA
In To Rome With Love (TRWL), Allen shifts focus from Paris to Rome. TRWL tries to bring out the different flavours of Rome and sets itself apart from the usual romantic comedies.TRWL blends the real and the fantastic seamlessly to present to you the farce that is life. The concept of time has been utilised in an interesting manner as we see that some stories are spread over a long period of time, some over just a month while another one over just one afternoon. The juggling of narratives and the transition from one time frame to another has been done expertly.TRWL leaves you charmed and happy and even though this one might not make the Oscars list, you must still watch it.
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