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Director: Mark Steven Johnson     Starring: Josh Duhamel Kristen Bell
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 215184814
UPC: 786936786378
UPC 14: 00786936786378
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Did You Ever Wish For The Impossible?
Bring home the must-own romantic comedy of the year, filled with wildly funny twists and turns! When Beth, an unlucky-in-love New York curator (Kristen Bell), takes a whirlwind trip to Rome for her sister's wedding, an unexpected crush takes her by surprise. Quickly let down, she defiantly plucks coins from the Fontana de Amore, magically igniting the passions of some comically unsuitable suitors. As a charming reporter (Josh Duhamel) becomes zealously smitten, Beth is skeptical that he's the real deal. Don't miss hilarious performances from an all-star cast you'll want to see again and again.

"Entertaining, full of laughs and, as far as chick flicks go, is a sweet, romantic trip worth taking for audiences so inclined.  Pete Hammond, Boxoffice Magazine

Editor's Note
Kristen Bell (HEROES, VERONICA MARS) stars in this comedy as a young woman with an enviable problem: she has multiple men after her heart! She takes a trip to Italy to escape New York City, and there she makes the questionable decision to take coins from a fountain of love. Soon, a number of men (played by Danny DeVito, Jon Heder, Dax Shepard, and Will Arnett) are a-wooing, and she doesn't know what to do. Making things even tougher is the presence of a journalist (Josh Duhamel), who seems to display a real affection for her.
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Video Features Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 2.35:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Digital Stereo, Spanish, French, Subtitled
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/2/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 91 minutes
Video UPC UPC: 00786936786378
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Josh Duhamel
Video Cast Info Will Arnett
Video Cast Info Dax Shepard
Video Cast Info Kristen Bell
Video Cast Info Danny DeVito
Video Cast Info Alexis Dziena
Video Cast Info Anjelica Huston
Video Cast Info Kate Micucci
Video Cast Info Bobby Moynihan
Video Cast Info Jon Heder
Video Cast Info Lee Pace
Video Cast Info David Weissman - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Christopher Young - Composer
Video Cast Info Mark Steven Johnson - Producer
Video Cast Info Gary Foster - Producer
Video Cast Info Mindy Farrell - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Rikki Lea Bestall - Co-Producer
Video Cast Info Ezra Swerdlow - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info David Diamond - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Andrew Panay - Producer
Video Cast Info Steven Roffer - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Mark Steven Johnson - Director

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Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "[E]ntertaining, full of laughs....A sweet, romantic trip worth taking..." 01/27/2010

USA Today
"There's a higher-than-average dose of chemistry between the affable and attractive leads, Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel." 01/29/2010

Variety
"Helmer Mark Steven Johnson maintains a light, bright tone throughout..." 01/28/2010

ReelViews 6 of 10
Those who were regular viewers of Veronica Mars recognize there's an immense wellspring of charisma available to Kristen Bell that she has thus far been unable to tap in her post-Mars career. When in Rome, despite being a standard-order romantic comedy with little about it that could be considered fresh or original, finally provides Bell the opportunity to exude a little of that Veronica Mars charm on the big screen. She's paired with Josh Duhamel, who moderates the cockiness he displayed in Win a Date with Tad Hamilton and two Transformers movies to the point where he's appealing. The end result is an experience that, for all its predictability and strained attempts at screwball humor, is rarely unbearable and occasionally pleasant. Compared to January's other romantic comedy, Leap Year, this falls more solidly in the watchable zone. The reason is simple: Bell and Duhamel work as a pair while the duet of Amy Adams and Matthew Goode is as melodious as fingernails on a blackboard...The famous Trevi Fountain has been a centerpiece in two classic films: Three Coins in a Fountain and La Dolce Vita. In When in Rome, the "Fountain of Love" owes a debt of inspiration to the Trevi Fountain, although they are not one and the same. Still, watching Kristen Bell wading through the waters, it's hard not to think of Anita Ekberg. I'd like to believe the scene is an homage, but I can't be sure. This isn't the kind of movie where references to Fellini are going to be noticed. The use of locations in Rome adds a little flavor that is not replicated when the action returns to New York. It appears that director Mark Steven Johnson (whose last unfortunate outing was Ghost Rider), like many Americans, has less trouble romanticizing European cities than American ones...To the extent that a romantic comedy is intended to represent a fantasy about two attractive people finding the great unattainable - true love - with one another, When in Rome accomplishes the goal. It is neither deep nor intelligent, but it's not intended to be either. The saving grace of the otherwise generic product is that Bell's vivacity and Duhamel's rakish charm allow the viewer to root for them, even if sometimes that rooting goes so far as to wish the script would serve the couple better than it does. - James Berardinelli

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