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April 3, 2012

Trailer: To Rome With Love

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The trailer for Woody Allen’s new film, To Rome With Love has arrived. The movie has a very prominent cast list and seems to be presented in a typical Woody Allen fashion. Take a look below.

Via Yahoo! Movies

It seems as though Woody Allen really loves Europe. In a lot of his films he either makes an appearance or finds a way to make himself appear in another character. I thoroughly enjoyed Midnight In Paris and this seems to have the same vibe. Allen’s movies are not everyone’s cup of tea, they are usually very obscure and quirky with a lot of conversational dialogue between unique characters. The film does have a great cast and from the trailer you can tell that the film is going to be very character driven. I hope that the characters are dynamic enough to hold the audience’s interest.

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  • alexa555

    I saw the movie “to roma with love” and was impressed by the opening scene when a police officer (Mr. Pierluigi Marchionne) begins the film with a great piazza venezia rome postcard. A brilliant idea Mr. woody allen with the narrator who accompanies and unites the four stories of the film.

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