Kid reviews for Roman Holiday

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age 9+

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age 10+

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Kids say

age 8+

Based on 19 reviews

age 8+

Appropriate 50s film

Even though it's black and white, this doesn't stop it from being a family favourite. Lots of great and fun adventure for the kids to enjoy, this does have a bit of slapstick violence in it, plus some smoking and alcohol, but come on, this was the 50s, that kinda thing was fashionable back then. Family-friendly.

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age 4+

Wonderful Princess Film

Roman Holiday is my mom’s favorite movie, and I for one think it’s beautiful and very cute. It made Audrey Hepburn a star! For fans of Disney Princesses, I think it’s a great watch.

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age 10+

A Must See Classic!

Definitely a classic, unforgettable film! I absolutely adore Audrey Hepburn, and this is certainly my most favorite movie she’s been in. I definitely this movie is good for all audiences, however, younger audiences may not appreciate or understand it, think it’s flat out boring or terrible. My 10+ rating is not for suggestive content, (as there is none) but more so for the age of the child that may understand or like the film. Although there is some alcohol and smoking content, the film is family friendly. Certainly a classic, must see movie for anyone of any gender, or age.

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age 8+

Audrey Hepburn is astonishing!

Roman Holiday is a fun, romantic film for all to enjoy. Audrey Hepburn really establishes herself as an excellent actress in this film. This little gem has memorable moments and a slight touch of comedy. Perfect for family viewings.

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age 8+

A timeless, light hearted, film

Roman Holiday was released in 1953, and it's about a love story between the Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) and Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck), who works for the American News Service as a reporter. Princess Ann is sick of her job as a royal and wishes to live like a normal person. Joe Bradley makes her wish come true by taking her around the city of Rome for one day, despite his boss expecting him to interview the princess. Joe Bradley wants to become rich, just like any other reporter, by using the princess, but he finds himself falling in love with "Anya." The entire movie in general was really light hearted and funny, with so many scenes that will make you laugh. It's so good that you'll forget that it's even made decades ago. There are some smoking scenes, Princess Ann and Joe Bradley kiss twice but that's not really much to say, and there's one scene where they're fighting with the agents. The ending (SPOILERS) ends with Princess Ann and Joe Bradley acknowledging each other but they depart separately. Maybe it's a way to say that holidays always come to an end, just like this relationship.

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age 7+
age 8+

Sweet Yet Poignant Romance -- Great Chemistry!

A romantic comedy starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn is bound to be absolutely spectacular! Roman Holiday is the epitome of an endearing romance, with a somewhat melancholic, yet realistic ending, which will be the catalyst of much regret. In terms of propriety, there's some social drinking and smoking -- even a scene where the Audrey asks for Champagne -- but that is innate in almost every Golden Age picture. Even then, it doesn't seem to have a profound or rowdy effect on any of the characters. As well as that, there is some kissing, but nothing too vulgar. Overall, great movie: phenomenal actors, wonderful locations and most importantly of all, an alluring story with the message of becoming more mature and independent. Roman Holiday is sure to catch the hearts of anybody who endeavours to watch it -- after all, it's been almost seventy years since it's initial release!

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age 12+

Sad ending.

1: The ending was really disappointing. 2: The beginning and middle were pretty good but below average. 3: Watch this if you'd like a really downer of an ending.

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age 11+

How

I love this movie so dearly.

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age 8+