Letters to Juliet


Letters to Juliet

Critics Consensus

Letters to Juliet has a refreshingly earnest romantic charm, but it suffers from limp dialogue and an utter lack of surprises.



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When a young American travels to the city of Verona, home of the star-crossed lover Juliet Capulet of Romeo and Juliet fame, she joins a group of volunteers who respond to letters to Juliet seeking advice about love. When she answers one letter dated 1957, she inspires its author to travel to Italy in search of her long-lost love and sets off a chain of events that will bring a love into both their lives, unlike anything they ever imagined.

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Chris Egan
as Charlie
Luisa Ranieri
as Isabella
Franco Nero
as Lorenzo
Lydia Biondi
as Donatella
Ashley Lilley
as Patricia
Giordano Formenti
as Viticoltore
Paolo Arvedi
as Signor Rivvi (Olive Farmer)
Remo Remotti
as Farm House Lorenzo
Angelo Infanti
as Chess Playing Lorenzo
Giacomo Piperno
as Lorenzo on Lake
Fabio Testi
as Count Lorenzo
Sara Armentano
as Folks Home Nurse
Benito Deotto
as Folks Home Lorenzo
Marcello Catania
as Take Him Lorenzo
Silvana Bosi
as Take Him Lorenzo's Wife
Elio Veller
as Grocer Lorenzo
Sandro Dori
as Priest Lorenzo
Adriano Guerri
as Waiter Lorenzo
Stefano Gerrino
as Lorenzo - Grandson
Daniel Baldock
as Lorenzo - Father
Dario Conti
as Cheese Supplier
Ivana Lotito
as Young Girl
Antonio Randazzo
as Delivery Man
Robbie Neigeborn
as Sign Maker
Hilary Edson
as Receptionist
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Audience Reviews for Letters to Juliet

  • Jun 10, 2013
    A very cute romantic movie, good for date night. Not a lot of substance, however. Amanda Seyfried had the sad misfortune of having been immortalized in celluloid before she learned how to act. I guess that kind of makes this film a tragedy?
    Christian C Super Reviewer
  • Sep 02, 2012
    This is a very predictable movie. Sophie answer a 50-year-old 'Letter to Juliet'. Claire - who is now a grandmother and her cute lawyer-grandson goes looking through the Italian countryside for Claire's long-lost love. If this were a predicable movie, Claire, the Italian oldtimer, Sophie and the lawyer-grandson would all live happily ever-after, right?
    Red L Super Reviewer
  • Sep 22, 2011
    Whilst there was a truly heartwarming love story at the centre of this film, it was very Hollywood and I was in no doubt that Claire and Lorenzo would find each other, that Sophie and Charlie would get together, that Charlie would climb the tree and fall off... It was very predictable to the point of being boring and I just didn't like the characters. Bernal gave a good performance as usual but the others lacked talent and charisma. Several glaringly obvious continuity mistakes and terrible acting later, I can safely say this film was not worth my time.
    Sophie B Super Reviewer
  • Jul 17, 2011
    Amanda Seyfried is just as charming as the film - but that doesn't help the fact that there's plenty of cliches, a massive lack of surprises and practically nothing for the tearing girl's boyfriend to take home.
    Ilyaas H Super Reviewer

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