Letters to Juliet

Letters To Juliet Movie Still

What a refreshing movie to see in today’s world of over-sexed, potty-mouth, shoot-em-up flicks.  I’m a self-professed clean movie die-hard that so appreciates the film industry making movies that are endearing, romantic, humorous, inoffensive and beautiful.  Of course I know not all movie goers appreciate this type of entertainment…. one review I read said Letters to Juliet was a “witless ninny of a movie.”  So I assumed that reviewer would consider me a witless ninny, but that’s OK.  I thoroughly enjoyed two hours of witless entertainment. 

The summary of the movie is hopelessly romantic… a chick flick to the nth degree.  A wall in Verona, Italy, is known for Juliet’s stone balcony.  Yes, Juliet of Montague and Capulet and Romeo fame.  Lost souls leave letters in the wall of love gone wrong, and love missing in action, and lovers needing advice, and love stories lacking love.  A group of Juliet’s secretaries answer the letters.  Yes, it’s true… in real life, not witless ninny life, in Verona.  Club Juliet is actually functioning as the movie tells it, answering letters left at the wall.  A modern-day Dear Abbey in motion.  Ah, hopelessly romantic!

Sophie helps collect the letters one evening and knocks a block out of the wall only to discover a 50-year-old letter written by an English woman.  Sophie answers the letter encouraging the woman to follow her lost love, whom she jilted and returned to England.  A few days later, the “Gran” shows up in Verona accompanied by her grandson (the cold fish), determined to search for her Lorenzo from 50 years previous…. and the journey begins.

One of the eye-pleasing additions to the film is the unequalled views of the lush countryside in Italy.  Not many films can inspire vacations to Europe like this one.  If you happen to be a male reading this, let me give a few hints: you will score major points if you take your sweetheart to see Letters to Juliet, but be forewarned that she will also add to her bucket list “Trip to Italy”.

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3 Responses to “Letters to Juliet”

  1. Christy B . Says:

    I just saw it today with Tammy! So cute!! The last line was a bit cheesy for me though.

  2. Jennie C. Says:

    Oooooh, can’t wait to see it. I’m all tingly from the preview.

  3. Star Forbis Says:

    I loved Letters To Juliet too!
    You should think about doing more movie reviews!

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