- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
- Music Score
- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
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A Little Romance is so lovely
- Teresa Bazyk
I love this movie!!!! Sweet movie of young live. Diane Lane still looks a lot younger than she is. Seeing Italy in 1979 reminds me of Spain in 1979. Seeing anything filmed in Europe in late 79's & early 80's make me homesick for Spain!! The style of buildings in cities are the similar. Miss those skinny streets! Miss going to the cafe for coffee. Miss my little village too. The shot of Daniel looking in disgust at McDonalds is such a familiar feeling! Why have McDonalds in Verona, Venice or anywhere other than USA! I craved Big Macs while I was pregnant & living in Spain. Driving 300 miles didn't seem worth it. You couldn't pay me enough to eat a Big Mac now!!!!GREAT MOVIE.
A Little Romance on Criterion Collection DVD
- Jeffrey Kenison
I think this romantic comedy deserves to be on Criterion Collection DVD. I like Laurence Olivier.
commonality in music
the guitar solo after the movie is the same as that played by the leader in Cowboys
A Little Romance
- Clarisse Fontaine
I watched this movie at least 3 times a day. I couldn't get enough of it. The acting was spectacular, The locations were magnificent, and the story itself was full of life! Great Film
A Little Romance
A romance of young love, no, it's not 'Romeo & Juliet.' Lane and Bernard are teenagers who with Olivier's pickpocket, go to Italy to kiss and reaffirm their love. Winner of an Oscar for it's score, the 'will they, won't they?' can at times turn into 'who cares?' because of the pace. Sweet but with an uneven pace. I give it a 4/5.
Lovely, lovely, lovely
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.
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.
Sigh of Grief
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?