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When in Rome (Full Screen) (Sous-titres français)


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  • Actors: Mary-kate Olsen
  • Directors: Steve Purcell
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : General Audience (G)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Nov. 26 2002
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006LPH7
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,899 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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When in Rome (DVD)

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Riding on the success of Mary-Kate and Ashley's popular formula from previous films showcasing London and Paris, this one takes them to Rome as sophisticated working girls. The Olsen twins play fictional sisters Charli and Leila, summer interns at a global fashion and entertainment company. They join four other international students ostensibly to gain business experience, though the job seems more of a cover for their perennial pursuits of shopping, sightseeing, and sizzling romance. They encounter workplace challenges, including a tyrannical boss and derisive coworker, which serve as a backdrop for numerous costume changes for our fashion-forward stars. In the end, teamwork prevails as the interns devise a clever scheme to expose a company criminal. Kudos to the film for depicting Charli and Leila's characters as strong and self-assured young women (too bad they come across excessively materialistic). Despite the seemingly endless self-promotion of Mary-Kate and Ashley, this G-rated film is all in good fun, though there is certainly more fizz than flavor. (Ages 4 to 10) --Lynn Gibson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3.5 out of 5 stars

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Format: DVD
This movie was a good movie overall but a few parts disapointed me. It all starts when Leila and Charli have got internships at a entertainment and fashion company they get fired after two days and are dissapointed they then stay at the companys presidents manision and roam around the village (which he happens to own) they get their jobs back start at work again. Some things dissapointed me for starters :1. the acents were horrible epecially the german and italian girls they sounded very fake and unreal I also could hardly understand the italian girls acent and I know they don't sound like that because I know lots of italian people 2. Also I felt they over reacted about the boy Ryan not working and being lazy I mean have they ever heard of people actually relaxing in their summer break 3.Why on earth were they sent of to the president of the company's house I mean he said he needed time to work on Mr Tortony but if he owns the company can't he just fire and hire who he wants 4. What kind of accent did that Derick Hammond have? 5. There is a scene where Leila ( or Charli who can tell the difference)is thinking about Paolo like she is in love with him and she had already just said he was too laid back and was insulting him also she only knew him for a day or two 6. Why on earth did Charli throw herself at Ryan and then in the end practiclly told him to get lost .It may all seem harsh but thats just my opinion any but I really enjoyed all the beautiful shots of Rome and I must say the girls clothes are getting better and better. Overall it was a good movie but slightly dissapointing.
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By Mr. JKW on Sept. 14 2003
Format: DVD
"When In Rome" continues the Olsen twins world tour of movies, this time taking the girls to Rome for a summer fashion internship.
THE STORY:
It's summer and Charlie and Leila Hunter (Mary-Kate and Ashley) earn a summer internship at an International Fashion company in Rome. Once in Rome the girls embark on a rollercoaster ride of adventure as they struggle to keep their jobs, battle off rival interns, thwart a hostile corporate takeover plot and of course engage in Romance with some cute boys.
THE ANALYSIS:
All in all, "When In Rome" includes all the action, adventure and romance you've come to expect from an Olsen Twins film. It's pure clean fun for the whole family.
THE DVD SPECIAL FEATURES:
Like most Olsen DVDs you've got a stuffed DVD features section, but unfortunately most of it is fluff. Included in the DVD special features are:
1. Behind the Scenes mini-feature: 9 1/2 minute feature where the cast and crew (primarily the twins) talk about the movie, their experiences filming it, the various characters in the film and their experiences touring Rome.
2. Alternate ending. I actually this ending better than the actual one...
3. Trailers: The Multi-million dollar Olsen marketing machine was in full force here!!! The twins shill the following from their extensive product line:
a. "When In Rome" Movie Trailer
b. "Sweet 16" Videogame
c. "When In Rome" Soundtrack
d. Their extensive DVD/Video Catalog
e. Their "So Little Time" tv series action dolls.
f. Their line of books
g. The "Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action" cartoon series on ABC.
h. Their website "MarykateandAshley.com" where you can get all the latest information!!!
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By A Customer on Jan. 11 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Like all their other movies, "When In Rome" was poorly acted, concentrating mainly on fashion and guys. I have seen every Olsen movie from the their detective years to their teens, with the exception of "Getting There". However, I don't believe I missed much.
Overall, this movie was simply boring. The only good part in this were when you saw the beautiful shots of Rome. "When In Rome" started out with the twins waking up and prancing around their balcony taking pictures. (and they say Ryan is spoiled?) The entire movie consisted Mary-Kate and Ashley starting their internship at a fashion company, getting fired, Palo driving Charli (or is it Leila? Who can tell them apart??) around Rome, the twins meeting their boss who invites them to his beach town (yes, he owns the whole town), Leila meeting Ryan and riding around in his car, their boss and other boss getting together, the twins getting re-hired,and the twins discovering that yet another of their bosses is stealing clothes from the company because he was jealous that the head boss got all the attention.
The only thing that's remotely suspenseful is THE QUESTION. Who will be picked to be an intern next summer and go to New York?? Hmmm... could it be.... MARY-KATE AND ASHLEY??
OK, it might sound like I'm a hater, but I'm not. I liked Billboard Dad, Switching Goals, Passport to Paris, Our Lips Are Sealed, Holiday In the Sun and Winning London (etc.) just fine. I mean, they were terrible movies, but at least they were fun. The only question I have is if they're so "fashion-forward" and are working for a fashion designer company and Charli's fashion sketches are so brilliant, than why do their clothes look like they got them from Goodwill?
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By A Customer on Jan. 1 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I think that Mary-Kate and Ashley have really grown up and are starting to come into their own as actresses and people. I have, in the past, had quite a mouthful to say about the girls' seemingly nonstop parade of dumb and poorly made movies. With the wild and trendy names, the big-time stylish clothes, and guys galore, their films have not seemed to have much depth. But they're getting better--they really are. I have noticed that with their most recent TV series "So Little Time," as well as their new movie "When In Rome."
You'll see a difference in the girls when you watch this movie. They're a lot more mature. Oh sure, they used those same ingredients from their other films for this one (the names Charli and Leila for their characters, the cool clothes, the cute boys), but Mary-Kate and Ashley also presented something that hasn't been seen as much before. They are shown as strong, well-adjusted young women with direction and good sense. Their acting style is changing for the better. They're getting older. They have, for the most part, given up that annoying giggling and screaming and have become more adult teenagers. This movie shows them as summer interns in Rome, enjoying the sights, the fun, the friends, and the guys. Sounds familiar, I know, but really this one is not as bad as some of their other movies and it is a huge improvement from their last movie "Getting There." I like the positive, more grown-up look of the Olsens, and I have a feeling that even if they stick to the same formula that they've been using, their movies are going to start getting much better. They're talented and beautiful girls who have the potential.
So, all in all, this is the first Olsen movie in a long time that I truly recommend to you.
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