'To Rome With Love' movie quotes include the wittiest, funniest lines from this 2012 comedy film written and directed by Woody Allen. Like many of Allen's films, 'To Rome With Love' features an incredible, all-star cast, including Penelope Cruz, Jesse Eisenberg, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Judy Davis, Ellen Page and Greta Gerwig. In addition, Woody Allen acts in 'To Rome With Love' (his first on-screen performance since 'Scoop'). Not surprisingly, quotes from 'To Rome With Love' are quite funny, in classic Woody Allen style. See a favorite? Vote it up. And, if you've seen 'To Rome With Love' and know of a particularly great quote that isn't listed, be sure to add it!
'To Rome With Love' is Woody Allen's follow-up to 2011's 'Midnight in Paris,' a film that earned him a Best Director Oscar nomination. Allen continues his jaunt through Europe in 'Rome,' a movie that features four vignettes, including the story of an architect, John, (Baldwin) who befriends Jack (Eisenberg): a young man living in Rome with his girlfriend, Sally (Gerwig). Things get really complicated when Sally's bisexual friend, Monica (Page) arrives. Another story features Penelope Cruz as Italian prostitute Anna, a woman mistakenly "hired" by Antonio. Woody Allen and Judy Davis star as Jerry and Phyllis. Jerry is a former opera director. When he meets his daughter, Hayley's fiancee, Michelangelo, he's less than impressed. Michelangelo's father, Giancarlo, however, is another story: It turns out that Giancarlo, a mortician, is actually an amazing opera singer. Jerry decides to try and push Giancarlo towards the stage -- not just for Giancarlo's sake, but for his own.
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