Big Mamma's Boy
Big Mamma's Boy follows the story of Rocco as he struggles to choose between the love of his life, Katie and his doting, over-protective Italian mother. Fun, heart-wrenching and poignant, this spirited romantic comedy explores Australia's multicultural nuances with hilarious results and goes to show that being a big mamma's boy is a lot tougher than it sounds.
- Stars:Frank Lotito, Holly Valance, Carmelina Di Guglielmo, Osvaldo Maione, George Kapiniaris, Steve Mouzakis, Nick Farnell, Cassandra Magrath, Sachin Joab, Jim Russell, Vince D'Amico, Pia Miller, Maria Venuti, Costas Kilias, Tony Nikolakopoulos,
- Director:Franco di Chiera,
- Writer:Frank Lotito, Matteo Bruno, Frank Lotito (based on a story by), Joe Accurso (based on a story by), Julian Ashton (based on a story by)
Big Mamma's Boy follows the story of Rocco as he struggles to choose between the love of his life, Katie and his doting, over-protective Italian mother. Fun, heart-wrenching and poignant, this spirited romantic comedy explores Australia's multicultural nuances with hilarious results and goes to show that being a big mamma's boy is a lot tougher than it sounds. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Nice movie, beautiful scenes & very good acting, especially the daughter and the father. However for such a film about identity, it's a bit too much of "identity". I would definitely fight for my identity, but not in my sister's wedding. And the ending was like "hm...that's it?". Anw, a worth watching movie.
(au) wrote: love it!!! And its funny
(ca) wrote: I've been meaning to see this for a long time, but a lot of Heston's longer films can be a bit much (Ben-Hur and the Ten Commandments, I'm looking at you). However, this film has the pacing it needs and the epic scope you want from a rip-roaring medieval epic. Sure, it's that weird 50s fantasy version of the Middle Ages, but the story is pretty good, and much less jingoistic than I expected. Not much of a history lesson, as it skips over 90% of what happened, it's still a solid adventure film with a kick-ass ending. Heston in top form as the honorable man against a dirty world.
(ru) wrote: This a movie very similar to "Scream" and many other slasher flicks out there. Its a pretty good one and its on pair with Scream or almost better actually in a way. There are many famous actors like Ryan Phillippe , Freddie Prinze Jr. and 2 lovely girls Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar. Definitely a must see movie for this genre / teen slasher but there are much better horror / scary flicks to be found these days..
(ag) wrote: I presume this film must be made up of various bits n bobs from Baum's sequel books as I don't believe there was a prequel story/book written. All his stories were set after the original [i]Wizard of Oz[/i] so I'm guessing this must be a lot of artistic license?Back to Oz we go, for the third time, question is, is this adventure as good as the previous two? The first is a silver screen classic, the second was a dark but highly imaginative twist with superb characters. This time we re-enter Oz guided by horror maestro Sam Raimi...and boy can you see it.First impressions were simply, they're copying the original, starting off in black n white then bursting into colour once we reach Oz, cute, but its been done. The main thing you notice is obviously the visuals, upon touchdown in Oz we are greeted with (as expected) huge splashes of colour and shiny things, a glistening Emerald City, colourful animals, clear blue skies and perfect fairytale costumes.I must admit they have recreated the look of the classic original nicely. The yellow brick road looks great, the familiar scenery of fields and wooden fences hark back nicely to when we saw Dorothy walk past them and we have all the chirpy quirkiness of the Munchkins. I won't deny there are some lovely landscape's on display, rainbow skylines and the weird and wonderful flowers n fauna of Oz dazzling your optical senses. It just a damn shame the CGI is so utterly average throughout with awful bluescreen/artificially superimposed actors against it.What's so stupid is the fact Oz lands in the land of Oz and within five minutes he's been brought to the Emerald City, hailed as the new King and sent off on this mission. Everyone thinks he's this wizard sent to save Oz and without a doubt the King. So The wizard (played poorly by Franco) goes off on his mission to destroy the evil witch and picks up a few odd friends along the way to help him. An annoying, flying, bad CGI monkey and a sweet yet gradually annoying little girl doll made of china...nice idea, nicely envisioned, but her lippy personality isn't funny. Kinda sounds familiar no? regular dude dumped in a strange fantasy world, now he's gotta save that world. Army of Dar...naah couldn't be.The other thing that got me was the fact Kunis' character falls for Oz the minute she sees him. Then when he goes off to find the evil witch she gets all upset, so much so that when she finds out he's flirting with the other witch he's suppose to destroy, she turns to evil! So she's a bit delicate then! falls in love, gets heart broken and turns to the dark side all within a few hours of meeting some guy!To be honest I really don't think Raimi was the right choice to direct this film. It swings from being quite sweet in places as it should be, to some outright soft horror moments! Raimi clearly not being able to resist his [i]Evil Dead[/i] days. The flying baboons are pretty darn scary for kids if you ask me, since when did the evil witches flying hordes get some monstrous?!! Then there's Weisz's ending...whoa! oh and graveyards? really?The acting is also dreadful, yes I realise its a sweet fable but come on, Franco is terrible and totally miscast (still at least its a change from seeing Depp who I'm sure was gonna pop up at any moment). The guy has no charm no wonder and he's not funny, he plays it too snively for this character, he's unlikeable.Kunis is made up waaay too much for the green skinned evil witch, she's sexy for Pete's sake! the evil witch ain't suppose to give the adult male audience a bonner. Plus I gotta say she seems really really violence obsessed here, wanting to tear her enemies apart and make the yellow brick road run red with the blood of the goodies...Jesus! kids film here. The only people who actually look the part and put in a good show are all the extras playing Munchkins Quadlings, Tinkers and Winkie Guards, miles better than the main cast, I guess.I think the problem here is the film can't quite decide what direction to go in. Its not entirely an innocent sweet musical like the original and its not as character driven or imaginative as 'Return to Oz'. Being a typical modern film they just can't help themselves with over the top effects, silly action, the odd explosion, lots of talk of death and killing and way too much hokey sterile CGI. The film even turns into 'Star Wars' at the end with a dark side force lighting battle.On top of this the film seems to border on being almost a parody of the material source, too much of a comedy, too much mockery of the material eg. when the Munchkins try break out in song Oz shouts at them to stop as if to say...lets not go down the soppy wet musical route. Its not as bad as the Burton 'Alice in Wonderland' fiasco but it sure as hell comes close CGI wise. On the whole Oz does look nice when using real sets and real objects but that's it. Like other sequels/prequels of old franchises they manage to recreate the look of the old films brilliantly, but the rest of the content is just very average and merely shows how good the older films are. There are now talks of a sequel! how can there be a sequel?!
(jp) wrote: Could have been much better.
(mx) wrote: It is shot by Emmanuel Lubezki, so you already know that the cinematography is going to be pristine and immaculately framed. And that's pretty much it. "Knight of Cups" is one of the most disappointing and boring movies of the year. I found it wildly self-indulgent, ponderous, and incredibly hollow. This is the definition of a white people problem movie, in which a self-pitying, wealthy white man suffers from some sort of existential crisis despite the fact it seems like he has a pretty content life. Although it has its moments (the bits involving Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman have some substance), ultimately I didn't care about any of the characters and I was just deeply frustrated by it. Not very good.