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Title: When In Rome

Year Of Release: 2009

Review Date: October 31, 2010

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 91 minutes

Box Office Gross: $42,350,792

   Site Rating: 3 out of 10 stars

The movie "When In Rome" is about a young art curator, Beth, who goes to Rome for her sister's trouble prone wedding and ends up falling for an old superstition, regarding throwing pennies into a fountain, bringing one true love.

Of course, it turns out to be a fable, but gets Beth into trouble, when three very persistent and somewhat annoying men, believe they are in love with her, as she retrieved their pennies from the fountain (that's what she gets for being a thief).

They follow Beth back to New York and purse her with a desperate frenzy. However, Nicholas, who she also met in Rome, begins to pursue her as well and in a more acceptable, less dangerous-stalker-like manner. 

However, Beth believes he likes her, due to the old superstition, regarding the fountain. I won't ruin the film for you, but they each learn not to follow silly superstitions, as it can ruin your chance at love.

This film was average and dragged in some parts. It had a few funny jokes, but nothing outstanding. It was your run of the mill romantic comedy. 


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