Letters to Juliet Synopsis
An American (Amanda Seyfried) joins a group of volunteers who respond to letters to Juliet seeking advice on love.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Redgrave shimmers like one of Tuscany's magnificent cypress trees as an Englishwoman searching for Lorenzo (Nero).
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
It's also a case of art imitates life imitates art. If that makes it a tribute to a tribute to a classic, then it is no less enjoyable for...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
It's a chick flick with a likable premise.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
García Bernal's irrepressible charm provides a burst of welcome energy with each brief appearance.
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San Francisco Chronicle

A squishy-soft romance set to bouncing Italian pop. It's like a long swallow from a bottle of a very sweet wine. Goes down easy, warms the...
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
It's unapologetic schmaltz, deftly directed by Gary Winick (Tadpole) as if it really meant something.
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The Hollywood Reporter

Bland, predictable picture, whose sole assets are a cute premise, the Italian countryside and the dignity Vanessa Redgrave brings to a part...
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Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
The larger problem is that the central duo is just plain dull.
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Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
(It doesn't hurt that Ms. Redgrave gets to play opposite Franco Nero, who was once the love of her life and is the father of her son.) Not...
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By Ella Taylor
A witless ninny of a movie about Italy, romantic disillusion, Shakespeare, history, more Italy and getting to "yes" in love and intimacy.
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Very Old Fashioned Romance....

By lovestalentmoviefan
...for both the older and younger couples. Really clean. I wanted to be critical,because this is so unrealistic...but didn't lots of love stories start out to be about the stuff that dreams are made...

No techie tricks or r-rated gimmicks!!

By keatsgirl
So I say GO! However, some will not want to spend the money for such a slow moving film. If I wasn't so fed up with all of the above stated material coming out of film makers,I might have just given...

Exactly what the trailers showed

By birac
So I really don't recommend spending money on this,unless you want the Italian countryside on the big screen. It was pretty bland because,as beautiful as Seyfried is,she isn't very accomplished. Lots...

Letters to Juliet is Excellent!

By tats4479
I loved "Letter to Juliet". This movie is emotional... I laughed and cried. The writing was amazing. I really felt like I could relate. I highly recommend seeing it....

Letter to Juliet

By jferreira
My husband and I liked the movie very much. The story plot was simple but entertaining. We laughed a lot because we can relate to some of the scenes. The movie surely made me forget my stress for...

Letters to Juliet

By i_love_cards
I liked the film. I liked the friendship that developed between Sofie and Claire. It also had some humor in it. It is a "chick flick". I didn't recognize any of the actors/actresses, but they...

Letters to Juliet

By j29free
A great and sappy "chick flick! The cinematography made me want to pack my bags and fly off to Italy and create a new life. Although somewhat predictable with regard to a typical boy meets girl...

A very good date movie!

By jgslm3
If you are in the mood to go see a good date flick, then this is your movie!...

Letters to Juliet

By olderand wiser
Loved this movie: No sex, no profanity, just a real love story. Hollywood should make more like this....

Chic Flick Romantic Comedy with gorgeous scenary

By critcallyme
I loved this movie. It is not going to win any awards & yes it was predictable & cheezy in places but all romantic comedies are. Vanessa Redgrove was terrific! She has such presence & grace. The...

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Rated PG | For brief rude behavior, some language and incidental smoking
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Super swoony romantic fluff that's fun for tweens.
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