A Little RomanceHD Closed Captioning
George Roy Hill
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Screen legend Sir Laurence Olivier is an enchanting old rogue who teams up with a pair of charming and irresistible young lovers in a love story/comedy for romantics young and old. From George Roy Hill ("The Sting," "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid") and featuring Oscar-nominee Diane Lane ("Lonesome Dove," "The Outsiders") in her feature film debut. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Score, and nominated for best adapted screenplay, from the novel by Patrick Cauvin.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 25
- Fresh: 18
- Rotten: 7
- Average Rating: 6.8/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: A Little Romance is so ponderous it seems almost mean spirited.
Fresh: The film's portrait of young love may be touching, but its most moving moments celebrate love of a different kind: the passion that movie professionals, both young and old, have for their craft.
Fresh: Fulcrum in script is the beneficent boulevardier, limned by Laurence Olivier in a modern refashioning of the old Maurice Chevalier role.
Fresh: A genuine charmer.
Diane Lane was so precocious in this movie! She did a phenomenal job in her role at such a young age. This was my favorite movie as a child. I dreamt of going to the Bridge of Sighs. I love the ending. The coolest thing is that when you watch Diane Lane in her recent movies, you can still see her expressions from this film in her face. She appears ageless. You're in for a treat if you watch this movie!
BEST MOVIE EVER
my favorite movie
I return to this movie once each year. It’s the role that made Diane Lane an instant star. She left me convinced that she was indeed enormously intelligent and very charismatic to boot. And, Sir Laurence Olivier was wonderful as well. If you’re a Diane Lane fan, such as I, A Little Romance is a must-see flick.