Romance • G • 1953 • 1 hr 59 min
Audrey Hepburn is the best thing about this movie but you already knew that
My favorite film ever. Simply a classic that displays a classy Gregory Peck & a delightful Audrey Hepburn in the romantic city of Rome.
Sweet timeless romance. Black and white cinematography highlights Rome. Great onscreen chemistry!
Look up elegance in the dictionary, you'll find Audrey. Overly romantic but Peck & Hepburn work well together, each fascinated by the other.
What starts out as a fun and light hearted rom-com turns into a poignant and reflective film about the idea of power and sacrifice.
Sweet and sour romance, with a pinch of goof. perfect balance.
Unconventional,nondramatic,offers a refreshing take on romance.Lacks melodrama,misses a typical happy ending. Movie bravely avoids clichés.
It is worth just for how stunning Audrey always is.
Another great Audrey Hepburn movie. One of my favorites
Sweet, simple, and delivers on what it promised. A baby Audrey Hepburn goes on an idyllic Roman Holiday with the charming Gregory Peck - yay
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