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Annisa Nurma Indriyani almost 3 years ago
terlambat ya baru nonton film ini di tahun 2018. it was great!
Amanda Mathews almost 3 years ago
A romance movie that I actually enjoyed, even if a bit cliched.
Emily Brown over 4 years ago
Light, enjoyable. Predictable & cheesy but doesn't detract too much. Seyfried excellent.
Rachel Finston over 5 years ago
Decent film, sweet if predictable. A bit superfluous in places.
Aleksandra Yashi Dolezik almost 7 years ago
Predictable. Beautiful views. Good romantic story :)
Aileen Davis 7 years ago
Lovely setting Nice romance film
Aysha Nasser over 7 years ago
typical love story. cute but predictable...
Brian Kuepper over 1 year ago
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Susan Howlett Beckstrand almost 3 years ago
Letters to Juliet is a 2010 American romantic comedy drama film starring Amanda Seyfried, Chris Egan, Vanessa Redgrave, Gael García Bernal, and Franco Nero. This was the final film of director Gary Winick before he died of brain cancer. The film was released theatrically in North America and other countries on May 14, 2010. The idea for the film was inspired by the 2006 non-fiction book, "Letters to Juliet", by Lise Friedman and Ceil Friedman, which chronicles the phenomenon of letter writing to Shakespeare's most famous romantic heroine. Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is a young American woman who works for The New Yorker as a fact checker. To put some spark in her life, she decides to go on a 'pre-honeymoon' with her chef fiancé Victor (Gael García Bernal) to Verona, Italy. However the workaholic Victor is unmoved by the romance of Italy and utilizes his time to rather do research for his soon-to-open restaurant, ignoring Sophie. The lonely Sophie discovers by chance an unanswered "letter...
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