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<img class="alignleft" src="http://watchmoviefullhd.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/to_rome_with_love.jpg?w=240" alt="" width="320" height="400" />"To Rome With Love" is new comedy and romantic movie. It is directed and starring Woody Allen and produced by Letty Aronson, Benjamin Waisbren. Movie is written by Woody Allen.<strong><a href="http://moviesclick123.blogspot.in/2012/06/download-to-rome-with-love-full-movie.html">Watch online To Rome With Love movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX All Qualities are Here</a></strong> Movie Review (Synopsis): To Rome With Love is a story about a number of people in Italy, some American, some Italian, some residents, some visitors, and the romances and adventures and predicaments they get into. Starring Woody Allen, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig and Ellen Page. <a href="http://alturl.com/24cdb" target="_blank"><img class="aligncenter" title="Download full movie in HD" src="https://downloadlatestmovieinhdbest.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/mvdwd0058.png?w=238&h=81" alt="" width="238" height="81" /></a> Instead of a singular plot, To Rome with Love follows several disparate stories, related to each other only by theme and the Roman setting. Comparing and contrasting these stories offers up an insightful look at fame and love, family and passion; where getting what you day-dream of can be the nightmare and living out your nightmare can be just what you really need. If Allen was inspired by the artists he channeled in Midnight in Paris, here he is inspired by the films of Federico Fellini. Parallels abound. It takes place in Rome, but that's an easy one. There is a character, seemingly a random person off the street, who introduces the film, addressing the viewer directly. There is a romantic scene in which several characters break into a Roman monument, at night, get drenched and fall in love. I could go on. The jovial music, while often culled from Opera, is reminiscent of Nino Rota's upbeat, playful scores that also hold within them a twinge of sadness and dissonance. Some moments are farcical while others focus on little emotional moments. The film is not without its flaws. Some of the stories are more interesting than others and at times it rambles. It's fifteen minutes too long and can be a little over indulgent. The unconventional, open ended narrative structure might be off-putting for some and the lack of clear rules in regards to the magical side of the magical realism might frustrate others - but if you go into this movie with an open mind and a love for the types of experiences that only the likes of Fellini can provide, you'll be in for a treat. While a large section of the comedy, which also stars Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg, Judy Davis and Roberto Benigni appearing in four separate tales about love, mistaken identities and the pitfalls of celebrity, were shot on the streets of Rome, Allen said crowd control wasn't a problem even as they he filmed during the height of the summer tourist season. "In Italy, you can't tell whether there's crowd control or not," he joked. "That's the way they are, all the time. It's such a vibrant place, people are so used to living in the streets." Jesse Eisenberg plays friend to Alec Baldwin and boyfriend to Greta Gerwig, who invites her best friend (Ellen Page) to visit their Rome apartment after breaking up with her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Penelope Cruz plays a prostitute caught in a misunderstanding and Robert Benigni a man mistaken for a movie star and beleaguered by the press. Allen also appears in the film, as the husband of an unamused Judy Davis. To Rome With Love movie trailer 2012 is presented in full HD 1080p high resolution. Despite its title, To Rome With Love isn’t solely focused on love, though its best tale is. In it, Jesse Eisenberg and Greta Gerwig play a pair of American students living, working, and studying in Rome. Their stable happiness is up-ended when Gerwig’s best pal, Monica (Ellen Page), arrives for a visit and immediately proves to be alluring to Eisenberg (just as Gerwig’s Sally feared). It’s no shock that Allen would inject some romantic intrigue into the most young-skewing portion of the film, but it is disappointing that he’s dispatched this particular set of talents for the job. His young stars are all gifted thespians, but their section of Rome relies on romantic chemistry that’s just not there in either incarnation (and, really, Eisenberg, who doesn’t have chemistry with Greta Gerwig?). Fortunately, Allen has built some unexpected delights into the Eisenberg-Gerwig-Page triangle, and it benefits immensely from those choices (just count on Alec Baldwin to make some welcome appearances during Eisenberg’s emotional kerfuffles). But despite a large and talented cast of characters, Allen is significantly less concerned with making big connections between them than most other films of Rome‘s ilk would attempt (though stuff like Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve have shoe-horned in such connections, and often to nonsensical ends), which takes away from some of the real pleasure of this mini-genre: the discovery of who is who to who and what and why (simply put, sort of). Each of Rome‘s sections could easily play on their own, though the whole film is able to present a much more full take on the themes Allen is trying to address with his picture (mainly the meanings and repercussions of fame, talent, and fidelity). Yet, it’s no coincidence that the film’s best section, in addition to playing on the charm and spirit of Midnight in Paris, is also the only portion of the film in which Allen even attempts to blend together disparate characters, made even more interesting and delightful with some clever riffs on time, space, and memory. The rest of the film should be this effortlessly charming (read: it’s not, and damn if some of it doesn’t start to drag, particularly in the film’s last half). Woody Allen concludes his semi-European tour with an amiable companion piece to his utterly lovely Midnight in Paris and, while To Rome With Love is not the through-and-through charmer that its Parisian cousin is, it’s fluffy enough to serve as a welcome enough diversion for Allen fans old and new. 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. It’s worth a watch, but not the lauds Paris picked up this time last year. 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