Letters to Juliet

Letters to Juliet


A romantic comedy about a young American (Mamma Mia's Amanda Seyfried), who travels to the Italian city of Verona, home of the star-crossed lover Juliet Capulet of Romeo and Juliet fame.... More

There she joins a group of volunteers who answer letters to Juliet seeking advice about matters of the heart. She answers one letter dated from 1957, inspiring its author (Vanessa Redgrave) to travel to Italy in search of her long-lost love.Hide

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I have decided I am quite eclectic with regards to my movie viewing....from this to "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo....my favourite this year.
Loved this however...didnt have to think hard...new what was coming...cliche , cheesy and yes the boy/s got the girl/s. Love Vanessa Redgrave in any movie ... scenery brilliant even if adapted...Italy at its best...an adults Fairy tale...go expectng nothing and you may be surprised ..even entertained!

this was a great movie with fantastic scenery and a big sobber in the theatre !!!!!!
yes i cried but only because the old lady was so kind and it felt sad that when the boy ran after the girl her husband to be had just got back so he had to drive away :(

what did i say, "oh yes" my kind of movie that is. Lets be honest you really have to be into these sought off movies to get it, and "i am". in one word "AWESOME"...

BY ctieman nobody

[Spoilers ahead] I'd say this would have to be in the top 3 worst movies I have ever seen. The movie is predictable and completely unrealistic. All the male characters are either desperate or moronic. We are supposed to sympathise with the female lead even though she blatantly cheats on her fiancée. The dialogue was so bad that you could tell the actors were cringing while they spewed it out, eg. "Can you move?" "Only my lips..." Yuck. Don't waste your time.

Saw this at Highland Park (Great Place!)..The movie moved along at a quiet ambling pace & at times it felt like "sleepy" like is there anything to wake us up. It never many aha moments in it only when the man on the horse arrived and when Charlie fell down the wall. So it's half and half for points. 3/5
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  • Bland, predictable picture, whose sole assets are a cute premise, the Italian countryside and the dignity Vanessa Redgrave brings to a part that, on the page, is quite beneath her. Full Review

  • There's a few cheesy contrived moments as well as some predictable moments but all in all Letters to Juliet delivers exactly what you'd expect. Full Review

  • Jose Rivera and Tim Sullivan's script relentlessly piles on goopy conversation-stoppers like "Do you believe in destiny?" and "I didn't know that true love had an expiration date." Full Review

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