When in Rome
When in Rome stars Kristen Bell as
dedicated career woman Beth who has put her career over her love life
and when her younger sister is about to get married to an Italian she
only just met, she is quite apprehensive on how this relationship will
As Beth jet sets to Italy for her sisters
wedding, she meets Nick (Josh Duhamel) and together they hit it off.
However something happens and unfortunately during the wedding
reception, Beth sees Nick with another woman and once again laughs off
romance, believing that she will never find romance.
As she drinks her sorrows away near a
wishing fountain of love, she decides to walk through it and randomly
picks up six coins that equate to six other people's love wishes.
Unbeknown to her, this fountain is actually magical and when she returns
to the United States, the owners of these coins fall madly in love with
From an Italian street performer (Will
Arnettt), a magician (Jon Heder), a middle aged business man (Danny
DeVito), a male model (Dax Shephard) and apparently Nick from the
wedding, her life soon becomes a twisted mess of suitors.
As Nick desperately tries to court Beth,
they soon become a couple but upon further investigation with her sister
regarding her whacky suitors, she realises that she is the person
responsible for this mishap of love and this causes her to question
whether Nick really loves her.
From here, it's a whacky comedic ride of
suitors, magic and actors really have fun along the way which made When
in Rome such a fun movie to watch. Even though the movie is oozing with
romantic comedy and predictability, we enjoyed it from start to finish.
On DVD, the video and audio quality is
quite acceptable with limited grain but generally it is a good transfer
to DVD. Add in some fun special features from bloopers to deleted scenes
and this nicely rounds up the film on DVD. It's Disney romance at it's
best and even though it contains some adult content, it can be watched
by everyone and proves that money can't buy love... literally!
KERPLUNK! Bloopers From Rome