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More Movie Hype: Letters to Juliet



So guess what? I just saw Amanda Seyfried in "Letters to Juliet."
Unlike Prince of Persia, I saw this ONE!

This is not my normal type of movie that I go and see, and the overall result is : Not Bad.

This shows Amanda Seyfried playing the fiancee of Gael Garcia Bernal.
Yup, tis true.

So the movie is set mainly in Italy, and Amanda helps an older lady reconnect with a love from her past. The movie had some really interesting moments, which did surprise me. It also had moments that felt tacky.

This is how I describe the script: Imagine listening to an orchestra playing Mozart, and then, randomly the violinist drops the instrument and there is a deep thud.
So by that the movie goes really well, but then all of a sudden there is a moment that just makes you kind of twitch and think "Ick."

I mean, it was fun to see, and that's why I say it was not bad. I rarely use the star system, but I will give this movie
"3 out of 5 Stars." I wish I had little star icons.

See this film if you like lighthearted laughter and soft romances. It certainly is entertaining, but it won't change your life.

QATFYG: Will you go?

Comments

  1. I saw this film. It some good moments and some moments that were only ok. I think I liked it overall.

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  2. @Anon I agree, like exactly.

    @Britt's OA Oh yes!! And Lots of Her!!!!!!!!!!

    PS:
    This movie has lots of food and wine it, eat something before you go and see it.

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    Hi TUC,

    On behalf of Summit Entertainment, many thanks for plugging "Letters to Juliet" ... .. thanks also, on behalf of the distributors and producers, for not posting any pirate copies or non-trailer clips of "Letters to Juliet" and, if you / your readers want good quality, non-pirated, previews, then the official trailer is available for fans and bloggers to post / host / share etc at http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/summit/letterstojuliet/ ... .. for further details of on-line promotions for this movie, check-out www.letterstojuliet-movie.com/ and, for info on Summit releases generally, check-out the official site and YouTube channel at www.summit-ent.com and www.youtube.com/user/summitscreeningroom.

    Thanks again for your plug.

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