Directed by Gian Tavarelli, Liberi (Break Free) centers on the freckle-faced Vince (Elio Germano), whose life in a Roman mountain village is unfulfilling, to say the least. His father Cenzo (Luigi Maria Burruano) lost his job after a local chemical plant closed; shortly afterward, Cenzo's wife Paola (Anita Zagaria) dumped him for a politician. Fed up, Vince travels to the beach town of Pescara and lands a job as a junior cook at a tourist resort. While there, he falls in love with Genny (Nicole Grimaudo), a waitress plagued by a phobia of traveling. Just as the romance begins to take off, Cenzo appears at Vince's doorstep demanding that his son help him get Paola back. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
- Stars:Luigi Maria Burruano, Myriam Catania, Francesco De Vito, Elio Germano, Nicole Grimaudo, Valerio Palusci, Rosa Pianeta, Anita Zagaria,
- Director:Gianluca Maria Tavarelli,
- Writer:Angelo Carbone, Leonardo Fasoli, Gianluca Maria Tavarelli
Directed by Gian Tavarelli, Liberi (Break Free) centers on the freckle-faced Vince (Elio Germano), whose life in a Roman mountain village is unfulfilling, to say the least. His father Cenzo (Luigi Maria Burruano) lost his job after a local chemical plant closed; shortly afterward, Cenzo's wife Paola (Anita Zagaria) dumped him for a politician. Fed up, Vince travels to the beach town of Pescara and lands a job as a junior cook at a tourist resort. While there, he falls in love with Genny (Nicole Grimaudo), a waitress plagued by a phobia of traveling. Just as the romance begins to take off, Cenzo appears at Vince's doorstep demanding that his son help him get Paola back. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Break Free torrent reviews
(it) wrote: a very engaging film - the world was foolproof and so fascinating to watch! and it was wonderful to see the similarities and differences between their world and my own. the script was well-written and the film felt very real. every action, every character, every event was well-earned. there were some moments that i found confusing, but i think it may have been because of the language barrier and a few subtitles i missed. i think it'll make more sense upon multiple viewings. overall it was a simple story that was well-explored and well done.
(ag) wrote: Jolly good absurd fun.
(ca) wrote: never seen but want to
(mx) wrote: Don't even waste your time. It's dreadful from the first sight of rubber snakes engaging in inanimate coitus. The lifeless (and meaningless) acting plagues this snoozefest.
(au) wrote: This movie succeeds far more as series of political statements than as a character drama. However, Townsend manages to blend to two together with some measure of balance, and the end product is as enlightening as it is invigorating. Perhaps the most notable feature is the artful tie-ins of real-life footage of the riots, giving the narrative a dimension and edge that otherwise would not have been supplied, either by the script or the characters.
(it) wrote: Awesome cast! Great acting! It was really good.
(br) wrote: Bit slow, but all actors performance is very good.
(ca) wrote: 4 good old boys that know how to hit your funny bone over and over. Hysterical view of life in general =).
(br) wrote: fantastic love story.
(br) wrote: A well adapted musical turned, as unfortunately often is the case, into a cinematic yawnfest that casts the wrong people in the wrong places. Lucille Ball is a nightmare as the charmingly brash but elegant, Auntie Mame, and Bea Arthur simply isn't as on top of her game as she was when she performed in this with Angela Landsbury. By all accounts a fairly dull affair.
(au) wrote: Light fluff, but I really enjoyed it. I wish I had grown up with this movie, it's a great little family movie. I would have liked it a lot as a kid (and I didn't like that many older movies then). Pretty funny and charming, Trevor Howard is great, and Cary Grant is his usual awesome self. Leslie Caron does a decent job as well.
(ag) wrote: The couple tries to regain their chemistry but it's already flailing. Good try though.
(fr) wrote: It's the type of comedy you can laugh at 24/7
(es) wrote: Spoiler Warning: This Review Will Contain SpoilersWhen this movie was released, movie goers' jaws dropped over its long lasting 100% rating on RT. It has since lost it, but when it had it, I grew a great interest in checking it out. After reviews were starting to come out, I heard some people say that it was one of the best Disney animated films ever made. That's when my curiosity flew off the radar. I needed to watch it to see if it really was as good as some people were saying it was.I think that it was a great movie. That's all I can really say for it.After a bunny named Judy Hopps fulfills her dreams of becoming the first bunny police officer in a large city called Zootopia, she partners up with a fox named Nick Wilde to search for an Otter's missing husband. As they discover more info about what should be a normal case, their investigation quickly develops into something much, much more...One thing that I really liked about this film was its comedy. A common complaint I have with animated films is that their jokes tend to be geared more towards younger kids. However, this film was actually very funny. This is probably the most I've laughed at an animated film in a long time. My parents and I were having a blast laughing at its jokes. My favorite scene from the film was the sloth scene. They did just about everything you could do with that scenes' set piece, and they made the most out of it. Also, I liked the scene where they made references to multiple Disney films by changing their titles slightly and putting in an animals name into it. If I get this on DVD, I'll make sure to pause it at that scene so I can read all of them. I also liked the gang scene with Mr. Big. The punchline wasn't exactly the most original one they could've used, but I still chuckled quite a bit at it. The only thing they could have done to improve it was by putting in a "The Godfather" reference.I feel like this film went on for just the right length. It didn't seem too long, nor too short. At first, I thought that it was going to end too quickly and make the same mistake that "Big Hero 6" did. However, I was gladly proven wrong, and my concern was quickly nullified. The final half hour helped to make its pacing and length hit just the right note.I feel like the most impressive aspect of the movie was its social commentary of today's racism involving Muslims. This was represented by how the animals discriminated against meat eaters. I can't think of a single animated film which has displayed social commentary before. I was pretty impressed with how they handled it. The symbolism was pretty creative. The reveal of meat eaters being targets resulting in a discrimination of meat eaters in the film can be a metaphor for how 9/11 led to the discrimination that Muslims face today. I really loved how it had the guts to hide such a horrifying day in it. Also, its racism was well hidden into the film. Racism is a pretty hard concept to symbolize without having it become obvious. However, they successfully did it without making it feel obvious. I thought about the film a lot to come up with my interpretation. I have to give the director a lot of credit for accomplishing that.With all the praise I've given it, it seems like this is well deserving of a 10/10 rating. I can safely say that it could have easily been one, but a choice they made really bugged me a lot throughout the film. My complaint was that Judy's relationship with Nick was very predictable, and I was able to correctly predict what would happen concerning them. The very minute that Judy started working with Nick, someone who she was mad at near the beginning of the film, I was instantly able to predict that the movie was going to have them slowly become friends throughout the movie as they spend more time together. I was also able to predict that just as their friendship would about to become official and complete, Judy was going to do something that would get Nick mad at her, and their friendship would be temporarily destroyed, only for them to make up right before the final act. Unfortunately, my prediction was completely correct. As I continued to watch the film, my prediction kept on looking more and more valid, and I was taken out of the film a few times as a result of this. It's quite a shame too, because this film sure had the potential to be a masterpiece.In conclusion, I thought that this was a pretty great movie. It definitely works very well in some aspects. In fact, it blew me away for doing some things differently or better than most animated films I've seen. It has quite a fair amount of originality to it. That could be a reason why some people love it so much. However, all I can say for it is that it was a great film. Nothing more. Nothing less. I would like Disney to use this film as a reference point though, and I think that they could make many better films in the future by taking a few pages out of this film. Is it one of the best Disney animated films ever made? No. However, is it a great film worth checking out? Yes.
(es) wrote: The movie is just violence. First, killing a puppy is not exciting. Secondly, the fighting moves that John (Keanu) are unrealistic or better total fantasy and it was done very sloppily.