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Current Rating: 4.13

Current Rating: 4.13

based on 1456 votes and 607 reviews

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  • 5 stars One of my absolute favourites, and i'm a young teenager. A classic story with a bit of predictability, but the beautiful endings and scenery more than makes up for it.
  • 2 stars 2 1/2 stars...pleasant and un-offensive.
  • 2 stars This is the first movie I have seen Amanda Seyfried in... yikes... I thought she was terrible.... came across as an 18 year old acting in a school play. Her love interest in the movie was not much better. The story was cute and I think could have been made into an excellent movie if they would have gone with some decent actors. The older lady in the film was an okay actor. I would watch it again if it was on T.V. The movie might go over well with teenage girls....
  • 4 stars I went with my sister and brotherin law and we all three enjoyed it.
  • 4 stars Great chick flick, the scenery is what did it for me. Makes you feel like you've been on a mini vaction to Italy.The love story was a bit cheesy at times. Overall, good.
  • 3 stars Chick flick. Wife liked it, I wish I could have seen something else
  • I positively loved this movie. No silly head cheerleader and football captain romance. This is a story of true ,mature ,and lasting love that has survived decades.
  • 3 stars Grab some dinner and this movie with the girlfriends. It was worth a night out.
  • 5 stars An amazing movie. The story was beautiful as was the scenery.
  • 4 stars I heard mixed reviews about this movie so I wasn't sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised how much I actually did enjoy it.

Letters to Juliet

Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Romance
Running Time:  105 min.
Release Date: May 14, 2010
DVD: September 14, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 4.13
based on 1456 votes and 607 reviews
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Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Egan, Gael García Bernal, Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero