• R, 1 hr. 52 min.
  • Comedy
  • Directed By:
    Woody Allen
    In Theaters:
    Jun 22, 2012 Limited
    On DVD:
    Jan 15, 2013
  • Sony Pictures Classics


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To Rome with Love Reviews

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Al Alexander
The Patriot Ledger

The value of 'Rome' is reduced by Allen's inability to fluidly meld the overlapping story lines.

Full Review Source: The Patriot Ledger | Original Score: C+

June 2, 2013
Jonathan Lack
We Got This Covered

To Rome With Love finds Woody Allen on autopilot, and not a particularly fine-tuned autopilot either. It's always good to see what Allen has in store, but this outing is disappointing and exhausting.

Full Review Source: We Got This Covered | Original Score: 4.5/10

September 14, 2012

After the cinematic glory Woody Allen bestowed upon Paris, to be given this kind of treatment is akin to being served Steak-umms instead of filet mignon.

Full Review Source: NECN | Original Score: D

August 24, 2012
Dale Rolfe

Woody Allen's sudsy ode to Rome, while joyful and amusing, rings hollow.

Full Review Source: MovieFIX | Original Score: 2/5

October 18, 2012
Kate Erbland
Film School Rejects

It's a bouncy trifle that allows Allen to explore some of his favorite topics in a more light-hearted fashion, but while it cooks up a number of laughs and more than a few great performances, it's nothing less than a minor effort.

Full Review Source: Film School Rejects | Original Score: C+

June 16, 2012
Ann Lewinson
Boston Phoenix

Allen undermines these slight stories by cutting between them, even though the timelines don't match up. As Baldwin says: "With age comes exhaustion."

Full Review Source: Boston Phoenix | Original Score: 2/4

July 5, 2012
CJ Johnson
ABC Radio (Australia)

There are four "stories", linked by the fact that they all take place in Rome. None of them are funny, interesting or in the slightest way connected to how real people exist.

Full Review Source: ABC Radio (Australia) | Original Score: 1.5/5

December 4, 2012
Alison Gang
San Diego Union-Tribune

Even at 76, Allen maintains his grueling pace of releasing one film a year, which doesn't allow much time for finely tuned scripts, robust character development or visual finesse.

Full Review Source: San Diego Union-Tribune | Original Score: 2/4

June 29, 2012
Roger Moore
McClatchy-Tribune News Service

The dialogue sounds as if Allen hasn't been out of doors in the past 30 years. The characters are stale stage archetypes. And the all-star cast he's rounded up to play the parts often recognize this.

Full Review Source: McClatchy-Tribune News Service | Original Score: 1.5/4

June 26, 2012
Ed Gibbs
The Sunday Age

A largely forgettable letdown that could have, should have been a contender.

Full Review Source: The Sunday Age | Original Score: 2/5

October 14, 2012
JoBlo's Movie Emporium

This impossibly cheerful feature is lost in translation thanks to its dull comedy, irritatingly happy outlook and misplaced fantasy.

Full Review Source: JoBlo's Movie Emporium | Original Score: 4/10

June 18, 2012
James Berardinelli
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Once upon a time, calling a movie "lesser Woody Allen" might be considered a slap in the face. Now, it's more-or-less expected.

Full Review Source: ReelViews | Original Score: 1.5/4

July 7, 2012
Ella Taylor
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To Rome with Love feels thin and lazy, another collection of familiar ensemble skits carelessly strung together in a cross-generational contemplation of the Big Issues that have plagued Allen's life and fed his art.

Full Review Source: NPR

June 21, 2012
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
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Allen probably makes too many movies. This one's OK. He'll make more.

Full Review Source: Chicago Tribune | Original Score: 2/4

June 28, 2012
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
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What's on screen is a collection of clichés intermingled with outlandish farce or surreal fantasy.

Full Review Source: Wall Street Journal

June 21, 2012
Andrew Schenker
Little White Lies

The film's litany of bad ideas overshadows any of its thematic concerns.

Full Review Source: Little White Lies | Original Score: 2/5

September 13, 2012
Simon Foster

Allen's Roman sojourn results in little more than a series of fanciful vignettes, occasionally insightful and not without the odd chuckle, but mostly just rather silly and inconsequential.

Full Review Source: sbs.com.au

October 22, 2012
Henry Fitzherbert
Daily Express

None of the storylines are very funny or have any notable bearing on one another.

Full Review Source: Daily Express | Original Score: 2/5

September 13, 2012
Kelly Vance
East Bay Express

Frustratingly written, haphazardly episodic comic pastiche.

Full Review Source: East Bay Express

July 11, 2012
Mike Scott

Woody Allen follows up his magical Midnight in Paris with a sweet but entirely shrug-worthy stroll through Rome.

Full Review Source: Times-Picayune | Original Score: 2/5

July 6, 2012
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