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When in Rome (2002)

Leila and Charli Hunter are in Rome to participate in a Summer Intern Program. After they begin their jobs, they are immediately fired due to careless mishaps. But Derek Hammond, who owns ... See full summary »

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Leslie Danon ...
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Derek Hammond
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Ilenia Lazzarin ...
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Valentina Mattolini ...
Heidi
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Enrico Tortoni
Alberto Bognanni ...
Gianni
Paolo Scarfò ...
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Maddalena Mosca ...
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Bob Corna ...
Male Designer #1 (as Robert Corna)
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Paolo's Grandfather
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Leila and Charli Hunter are in Rome to participate in a Summer Intern Program. After they begin their jobs, they are immediately fired due to careless mishaps. But Derek Hammond, who owns the company, decides to re-instate Leila and Charli. But while in Rome, Leila and Charli find true romance that will take them joyriding to see the sights throughout the city of Rome. Written by Shaun Ouimette {xtreemshaun589@hotmail.com}

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26 November 2002 (USA)  »

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When Charli is reminiscing about Paolo while the sisters are staying at Mr. Hammonds villa, there are black and white scenes while she and Paolo are at the Coliseum which doesn't happen until after the girls go back to work. See more »

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It Comes in Time
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not Good
12 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

I have seen most of the Olsen films, and in my opinion, the movies they have made when they were younger were better than their later movies. Generally because they were younger then, so the plots looked cuter to the audience. But now, the movies are rather immature and very unrealistic, viewers can't identify the plots with real life.

My comment on When In Rome goes the same for all of their later movies. The characters they portray are almost always 'perfect'-beautiful, smart, trendy, well-off- as if all of us in real life are perfect. Why can't they play more stereotypical roles who fight in life to overcome their flaws? Also, they always meet boys in every place they go who automatically likes them. And what's queer is that, the boys always come in pairs, be they brothers, friends, etc. Also, the conflicts in the plots are solved rather easily and most of the conflicts are lame.

Now that they are older, they might want to make some differences in their movie making, such as starring in separate movies, more intelligent plots, things like that. Honestly, if they continue with their own way of making movies, they're gonna get nowhere. Note: These are my own opinions, and this is a free country.


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