Juliet (Hailee Steinfeld from True Grit) is a bit pudgy. She still has her baby fat. Romeo (British actor Douglas Booth) and his cohorts all look like male fashion models. So Italian TV director Carlo Carlei’s lush, decorous version of Shakespeare’s most popular tragedy stays true to its adolescent origins, more or less. The sumptuously inoffensive production is enlivened by Paul Giamatti’s appearance as Friar Laurence. Lesley Manville, as Juliet’s Nurse, also shines. Actor-turned-writer Julian Fellowes adapted the screenplay. Costarring Stellan Skarsgård, Ed Westwick, and Kodi Smit-McPhee (118 min.).