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A Little Romance

A Little Romance(1979)

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  • Lovely, lovely, lovely

    • Hepburn
    • 5/27/13

    I first saw this film in the theater when I was about 12 and it made me dream of having a romance in France and Italy. I just loved it so much then, it made me want to travel to Europe and experience all of those places and learn French, which I eventually did. Ah L'amour. I just watched the film again last night (many, many years later) and I find it still holds up. Of course I appreciate Olivier so much more now, and Diane Lane was excellent even back then. Maybe it's a little too sweet for some tastes, but I find it just so lovely and endearing and romantic.

  • Charming Movie

    • Lynne
    • 4/11/13

    I saw this movie some time ago and liked it, especially the scenery. It was clever of George Roy Hill, the director, to put his Academy Award winning film, The Sting, in the theater scene. Also, it was great to see a young Diane Lane. Great supporting cast. This time I noticed some things that I didn't see the first time.

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    • Blotto
    • 4/10/13

    A sugary-sweet movie, however, I had trouble getting past Bernard's face. He looks like a cross between Robin Williams and a Blue Meanie. That reminds me, when, if ever, is TCM going to show Yellow Submarine?

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