Al piacere di rivederla

Al piacere di rivederla

Based on the novel 'Ritratto Di Provincia In Rosso' by Paolo Levi .Mario Aldara, a Ministry of the Intenal Affairs officer and former police inspector, is sent to his native town, Bologna to investigate the alleged suicide of Cesare Bonfigli, of a powerful local family linked to politics but also the church dealing in real estate business and welfare. Aldara may be pleased to see there Viviana again. Viviana is the widow of the dead man and used to be Aldara's girlfriend twenty years before

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:1976
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Nikos R (us) wrote: Blood Father works as an action thriller, just as well as it works as a drama. It tells a simple story, that is elevated by a polished screenplay and a great turn by Mel Gibson. The action is handled well and Blood Father never lets up it's momentum, while maintaining it's fleshed out characters front and center.

Sean L (fr) wrote: John Cusack continues his late-'00s slide in this spacey, whitewashed translation of a semi-fictional novella. Cusack, who never seems to make a film without his sister, plays a moody, depressed sci-fi writer who adopts a similarly introverted six-year-old as a way to move on from an intense personal loss. Following the formula to a tee, the two then struggle to understand each other for the rest of the picture before feeling their way to a generic happy ending, complete with montage. The film halfheartedly drops sporadic hints that the child might be from outer space as he so boldly proclaims, but never seems to completely commit to that direction. Instead, it's content to just lean back into an easy, overplayed routine and let the chips fall where they may. Really, the narration is so passive it's hard to imagine what it does stand for - even the shoehorned introduction of a love interest for Cusack (a heavily criticized change from the novella, in which the narrator is gay) is just lightly dangled across the screen before being tossed aside and forgotten. Bland, faceless and safe, it's family-friendly to a fault.

Chris B (jp) wrote: Great performances, the battle scenes were epic! but the pacing seems a teensy bit bloated.

Mike W (ca) wrote: Pretty fun movie with funny gadgets in it!

Private U (nl) wrote: Fairly boring. Had some clever ideas but they are poorly executed. It also only had 3 mins worth of werewolf action in it! Had a good melting man moment though!

Damon B (nl) wrote: A true masterpiece. I've watched this film numerous times and it just keeps getting better with each subsequent viewing. Concise direction from Val Guest, a gripping story and excellent performances from Edward Judd, Leo McKern and Janet Munro. Highest recommendation.

Mladen K (de) wrote: People love Jerry Lewis. I guess he was the man back then.

Brandon S (ca) wrote: Costner looks as worn out at this storyline, all saved partly by well paced action sequences. The acting is mostly atrocious throughout mainly by Costner's reclaimed daughter, that takes away from any momentum the the film creates. If it's on tv the movie may be worth watching, but not worth seeking out.

Ryan A (us) wrote: I got to say first of all that this movie is base on a true story. And I got also say that "Charlie Wilson's War" is a good movie. For my opinion it's funny, the movie has a sense of humor, smart, and remarkable. The performances in this movie are good. "Philip Seymour Hoffman is hilarious. And Tom Hanks nails it as Charlie Wilson!" The directing by Mike Nichols was fine. The screenplay by Aaron Sorkin is fine as well. And the score in this movie is good.

Thullin K (au) wrote: Will Ferrell Owns in this movie....Your Fucking Crazy man your crazy! ha

Sean K (ag) wrote: the animation was decent but i was expecting this from a independent film. acting was mediocre at best.

Evan K (ag) wrote: Tarantino's "Top Gun" Speech Is The Best Part. Other Than That It's Nothing Special.