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Review by Barbara Snitzer

Woody Allen’s latest offering charts his European Travel Period down south to Rome, Italy in “To Rome With Love.”

Fortunately, it proves a cure for the hangover I’ve had since the atrocious “Midnight in Paris.” (While I was not able to review that film in a timely manner, know that I Hated it. I realize many people disagree with me; of course they are entitled to their wrong opinion.)

Criminally, I have not set foot on Italian soil, but I’m going to give Woody the benefit of the doubt to say he captured the feeling of Italy since he did indeed capture the chilly, dull tones that of London in “You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger” that I know from living there.

The film opens with a beautiful drive around Rome, the terminus a traffic cop ineptly evoking Marcel Marceau as he »

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