Letters to Juliet (2010)
Letters to Juliet (2010)
Critic 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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Critic Reviews for Letters to Juliet
Not to be a cynic or anything, but maybe a fictional 13-year-old isn't the best source of advice for the lovelorn.
As you might guess, after a great deal of sniping Sophie and Charlie supposedly fall for each other. But the audience never buys it.
An amusing, touching, reassuringly wholesome romantic travelogue of a film that flies by on its way to the inevitable happy ending.
Cinematographer Marco Pontecorvo's sun-drenched palette would be a perfectly sound reason to see this film, but happily it's not the only one.
Letters to Juliet represents an interesting paradox: it is a movie that is very nearly perfect without being especially good.
Audience Reviews for Letters to Juliet
For a cynic it'd be easy to cut through this film's premise and plot. But you know what? It's wonderful. It's gorgeous to look at and makes you want to book your next trip to Italy right away. The actors are lovable and Seyfried has more charm and charisma in each eyebrow than most of her peers combined. There is romance, humor, even a surprise or two in an admittedly predictable story. But man, Italy. So beautiful. Makes you happy.
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?
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?
Letters to Juliet Quotes
|Charlie:||No, no, no, because you see if I found the love of my life, I wouldn't stand there like an idiot whispering in the garden. I would just grab her from that blasted balcony and be done with it.|
|Sophie:||You can't go on forever, some point you have to stop.|
|Charlie:||Then why is it that I feel like a school boy on Sunday? It's nearly tomorrow and I don't want to go.|
|Sophie:||Me either. And I always liked school.|
|Claire:||Don't wait fifty years like I did. Go, go, go!|
|Claire:||I think you understand why I'm telling you you're a total idiot.|
|Charlie:||Okay, okay, then don't sugarcoat it gran.|
|Claire:||I won't. How many Sophie's do you think there are on this planet?|
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