• Released
  • November 29, 2015
  • (First showing on November 29th; Second showing on December 1st)
  • PG , 2 hr 0 min
  • Drama
TCM Presents Roman Holiday Synopsis
In this timeless classic, Audrey Hepburn is at her transcendent best as a sheltered princess who falls for an American newsman in Rome.

Movie Reviews

Acting at its best!

By irishwhiskeyshot
"The mouth of truth" is one of the funniest movie scenes ever filmed....

Nothing Like the Classic Movies

By hswolfmaniac
As in the previous "TCM Presents...," this was a wonderful movie to see. Next up, "Miracle on 34th Street."...

Roman Holiday

By chapter03
I loved the movie. I thought for it to be in black & white...the acting, directing and story was great! I think the movie is for young mature adults, and older adults. To escape for a day and...

Roman Holiday

By jlieberenz
This movie was great.I'm so glad that they are beginning to re-release classic movies at the theaters....

What a great idea, thanks.

By ravenbev
I have seen the movie 100s of times, but this presentation was so very special. It was great to see these stars back on the big screen. There's nothing like that experience. A beautifully made and...

A moment of pure joy

By Philippeam
Can anybody dream of someone more beautiful, more innocent, more intelligently naive than Audrey Hepburn in her first movie? And Gregory Peck in this film, and he said so, is Miss Hepburn partner...

Roman Holicay

By powell1100
I'm a regular at Fathom Events presentations with Turner Classic Movies. This is the first time I have been dissatisfied with one of their events. I viewed the movie at AMC Quail Springs in Oklahoma...

An Artisticl Jewel

By CEAgilo
It's supremely captivating, with an indelible emotional magnetism. You're simply introduced into an enchantment that causes euphoric percolation of the fibres and neurons in our inmost being. And...

Roman Holiday

By Rachellebrook
Wonderful for a mother daughter day :)...

Made for the big screen!

By kmh81
I've seen this movie at home more times than I can count (I own it). It's always great to watch. But seeing it on the big screen the way it was meant to be seen was amazing! I say Hollywood needs to...

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Rated PG