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|Release Date Under the Tuscan Sun Sep 26, 2003 Wide Genres Under the Tuscan Sun : Drama,Romance,Comedy|
|Total Vote User Under the Tuscan Sun : Visitor|
|User Ranting Under the Tuscan Sun : 3.4|
|User Percentage For Under the Tuscan Sun : 76 %|
|User Count Like for Under the Tuscan Sun : 62,780|
|All Critics Ranting For Under the Tuscan Sun : 6.2|
|All Critics Count For Under the Tuscan Sun : 147|
|All Critics Percentage For Under the Tuscan Sun : 61 %|
Actors For Under the Tuscan Sun
|Diane Lane,Sandra Oh,Lindsay Duncan,Raoul Bova,Vincent Riotta,Giulia Steigerwalt,Pawel Szajda,Valentine Pelka,Kate Walsh,Dan Bucatinsky,Kristoffer Ryan Winters|
Under the Tuscan Sun Movie Review
|The epitome of what a feel-good movie is supposed to be but rarely is, this one is beautiful to look at and life-affirming to think about, and it doesn't have a pretentious bone in its head. |
Rex Reed-New York Observer
The movie is sweet but deeply suspect: It's like Lost Horizon re-imagined by a realtor.
... some of the most beautiful photography in any film I've seen this year.
Richard Roeper-Ebert & Roeper
Under the Tuscan Sun pretends to be juicy, but it doesn't allow any dribbles. It purports to make love all over us, but not without laying down lots of paper towels first.
Has about as much in common with Frances Mayes as it does with Willie Mays, but it does have the marvelous Diane Lane.
Eleanor Ringel Gillespie-Atlanta Journal-Constitution
It is a glorious refreshment to spend time with characters who aren't twenty-something eye bait, someone's virtuous, whiny wife or other reductive archetypes.
Desson Thomson-Washington Post
"Under the Tuscan Sun" is an amiable film that, in the tradition of escapist fiction, provides a nice, scenic getaway with just enough drama to keep the story from getting stagnant.
James Plath-Movie Metropolis
Offers Americans the ultimate fantasy vacation. It's a beautiful, sunny, fresh air trip to Europe without the jet lag, language problems, money problems, or any other trivialities.
Jeffrey M. Anderson-Combustible Celluloid
Not much for teens in this book adaptation.
Nell Minow-Common Sense Media
a romantic abomination wherein the main character's best friend is a pregnant Asian lesbian who comes to Italy to visit and ends up ruining the story's only semi-romantic aspect, and extends its painful length for an extra half-hour in the process.
Fans of Diane Lane ... should be happy with what amounts to a glowing vehicle for her.
...as lightweight and fluffy as the premise might've indicated.
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
Diane Lane is charming in this witty but difficult adventure.
En la vida real la gente no suele ser tan impulsiva. Por eso películas como ésta son disfrutables: nos ofrecen la fantasía de lo que sería nuestra vida si nos animáramos.
Enrique Buchichio-Uruguay Total
Desmoronando a partir da metade da projeção, o filme se beneficia apenas da sedutora performance de Lane, da bela fotografia e das maravilhosas locações.
Pablo Villaca-Cinema em Cena
I swear, I thought Dr Phil was going to come out of an olive grove and yell,'You've got to get over this guy, lady! Take control of your life!'
You won't learn anything about Italian culture that hasn't already reverberated throughout the west
Bill Chambers-Film Freak Central
The movie is frothy and light and hasn't a brain in its head, but it's so beautiful to look at and so positive and uplifting, it's hard not to like.
John J. Puccio-Movie Metropolis
While it starts very well indeed as a kind of blushing Shirley Valentine wannabe, the slide into syrup starts early on.
Rich Cline-Shadows on the Wall
The only real depth here is in Lane's ability to convey lingering heartache despite having little call to do so from the script.
Kim Linekin-eye WEEKLY
Under the Tuscan Sun goes for the picture postcard look-and-feel and it succeeds admirably, a flighty contrivance that's thin, lightweight, and instantly disposable.
David N. Butterworth-Movie Boeuf
A warm and luminous film.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing
Diane Lane was terrific.
Dan Marcucci and Nancy Serougi-Broomfield Enterprise
The clear and simple plot is bogged down by too many characters and too many clichés.
Laine Ewen-Premiere Magazine
'Under the Tuscan Sun' does what pretty picture postcards are supposed to do-make you smile without saying much.
Bruce Bennett-Spectrum (St. George, Utah)
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