Fantozzi va in pensione

Fantozzi va in pensione

After thirty years in the big corporation, Ugo Fantozzi retires. Suddenly, he needs things to do in everyday life and he tries a number of activities: helping Pina shopping; babysitting ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:1988
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

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Fantozzi va in pensione torrent reviews

Cody L (gb) wrote: much better than the first! nice and gory kills and decent acting.

Dave L (es) wrote: A father chooses to raise his two sons in rural Georgia (and I do mean rural) but along comes the brother that he has had a lifelong feud with. Violence is the result and the boys run away from home. At points, this David Gordon Green thriller feels conventional but he does some rather interesting things with the work. Well made but the story needed something more.

Cassandra M (ag) wrote: so disappointed I've been wanting to see this movie for like 10 years and I'm so dam confused I don't know where this started or how the people could be so stupid.

Jesse O (ag) wrote: Tom DiCillo, apparently, has a pretty good reputation as far as independent filmmakers are concerned. He's, obviously, not quite Jim Jarmusch as far as reputation goes. I say apparently because, other than this, as far as I can remember, I have not seen any one of his movies. This is not really meant as a knock of DiCillo's skills or talents as a screenwriter/director, but this film is not particularly good. What I mean is the fact that, at least before the halfway mark of the film, there's not much of anything really going on here. Yes, Ray Pluto finds himself in situations that make him look like the worst cop possible, even if he is not to blame, and he's also dealing with the emotional aftermath of his wife and daughter being killed during a hit-and-run. But I just don't felt that it really led to absolutely anything. There is a scene where Ray has a flashback to the day of the accident. Several characters also bring it up, but this flashback scene is the only moment where Ray faces it head-on and it's just not particularly good either. Maybe it's that Dennis Leary isn't that good of an actor to pull off the tortured part. I think he's good in comedies, but I wouldn't count on him for more serious stuff, like, you guessed it, having to have the weight of the world on his back due to this accident. I'm just not drawn into it, really and it's not like the film makes it a big part of the film. It doesn't really play part into the "main" narrative. I put that in quotation marks because, as I said, the film is really, for the most part, about nothing. The film does try once it gets halfway through in that Ray is trying to search for the criminals that almost killed the superintendent of his apartment complex. It's not like it's a good narrative or that you care about it. By this point, really, it's much too late to get started. There's also the whole romance subplot, which feels totally out-of-place here. And I don't think that Dennis Leary and Elizabeth Hurley had much chemistry to begin with, so it makes buying into them as a couple all the more difficult. I just find the whole thing tonally very inconsistent. There's moments where the film is silly and quirky and there's other parts where it's super serious to the point that the film is a mockery of itself. As far as comedy, there's really none to speak of. I mean it has its moments, but I found this all to be horrifically unfunny for the most part. It's certainly easy to watch, it's not very long, and it's competently made, technically speaking. But when you talk about putting together story and characters, it's an absolute fucking mess. Cast is decent, but they can't really do much to save this from the hole that it digs for itself. Not the worst movie I've ever seen, but I do actually regret watching this. Not that it's terrible or idiotic, it's just that I felt I wasted my time watching this. I didn't get anything out of this. I don't think apathy counts, but if it did then there's that. Not something you should avoid like the plague, but it's not very good either. There's better stuff to occupy your time with. Like watching paint dry, maybe.

Tatsuhito K (de) wrote: I'm sure there are things in Steven Soderbergh's "Erin Brockovich" that are historically inaccurate. I'm sure some of the events in the film regarding the titular character, or any other characters surrounding her, were created purely for dramatic purposes. But I found the story of this movie immensely engaging and compelling, and Julia Roberts gives one of her best performances of her career. It's really good.

Michelle O (br) wrote: I totally forgot about it

Irvin C (mx) wrote: A baby girl is born in prison and is raised to become a warrior seeking vengeance for the atrocities that befell her mother. If "Seven Samurai" is a nice expensive steak, this is a really tasty cheeseburger. This is pure pulp and it's got over-the-top violence (damn, those blood spurts!) and B-level cheesiness but it's tons of fun. Quentin Tarantino borrowed heavily from this movie to make "Kill Bill" and I can see why. I've been liking way too many movies lately. Someone should recommend me a movie I might hate.

Grant T (it) wrote: Just overall confusing and nothing really redeeming, there were a few interesting twists but overall a sleepy sequel

Shane D (au) wrote: Much of this is actually not too bad and its largely due to the radiance of Michelle Monaghan. It walks the well-trodden plot path of many Stiller-Sandler-and the rest rom-coms with a few laffs along the way. The Farrelly's have well and truly been better but this isn't as unwatchable as I'd been led to believe.

Liam M (nl) wrote: A bonafide classic. If not as funny and quirky as it thinks it is. It's still a roller coaster of a horror flick that started a legacy.