When In Rome :)

December 29, 2011


When in Rome is a comedy about a unlucky-in-love NY curator named Beth, who takes a trip to Rome for her sister’s wedding. An unexpected crush takes her by surprise at the wedding, but she quickly feels let down. She then decides to take coins out of the Fontana de Amore, which ignites the passions of several suitors, who then seem to appear everywhere she goes once she is back home.

The movie stars Kristen Bell (Pulse), Josh Duhamel (Transformers, as well as being Fergie’s husband), Will Arnett (Blades of Glory), Jon Heder (also Blades of Glory, but more importantly, Napoleon Dynamite) and Dax Shepard (Without A Paddle). Danny Devito and Anjelica Huston are also in the movie, along with a few other possibly familiar faces. It came out in 2010, is about an hour and a half long and is rated PG 13 for suggestive content.

This movie is a romantic comedy, so those of you who enjoy these types of movies, make sure to watch it. It is very funny, especially with the guys following her around, but it also has it’s heartwarming moments. But, before I go any further, it’s not a sappy movie the whole time so those people (ahem, men especially) don’t go and say you’ll never watch it because it will be too girly. Not true. It is an incredibly funny movie. To give you a little more information to get you to watch it, here you go: One guy is an artist who at first is trying to get a look at her feet to paint them and ends up chasing her all around, One guy is a crazy magician who enjoys stealing people’s watches, One guy is an overly cocky model who can’t get enough of himself, and the other guy, well he’s weird and tries to give her sausages.

If you want to sit down and have a laugh, watch this movie. It doesn’t have Adam Sandler or Jim Carrey or any of those incredibly popular funny guys in it but it will still make you laugh. I’d give it about a 9.5 out of 10. (It could have gotten that extra 0.5 if it had a incredibly popular funny guy)

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