Nothing Left to Do but Cry

Nothing Left to Do but Cry

A teacher (Saverio) and a schoolkeeper (Mario) get lost in the Italian countryside. They find themselves in the late 15th century, they met Leonardo da Vinci and try to teach him how to play cards, they try to stop Columbus, they sing beatles's song etc...

A teacher (Saverio) and a schoolkeeper (Mario) get lost in the Italian countryside. They find themselves in the late 15th century, they met Leonardo da Vinci and try to teach him how to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brenda J (de) wrote: Good mystery movie. I was shocked at the very end.

Tim W (ru) wrote: Pretty great animation. But it was sometimes frustrating to watch, and the voice acting wasn't always on par, and the humour wasn't really funny and also wasn't scary. I know I know its for kids so I'll give it that leeway. Also rather cliched. And the tone wasn't at all consistent. Better than Hotel Transylvania, not as good as Coraline or Frankenweenie. Charming though. Mildly amusing and entertaining.

Cylus O (nl) wrote: Lackluster + Predictable = Waste of Time

Lydia R (it) wrote: This short but sweet film was actually extremely engaging. It also seemed to be a great snapshot of Italian culture. My husband and I are very interested in the culture and have heard how laid back and familial it is. You can definitely feel such characteristics in this film. I loved following Gianni around town and around his home. It's a simple story but it's done so well. It's a film that would be perfect on a busy day, allowing the viewer to slow down and enjoy the small things in every day life. A great film!

Isaiah Y (de) wrote: Excellent film that will evoke all emotions.

Maximus D (gb) wrote: A respectable sequel the introduced us to a man named Jason Voorhees.

Janson S (kr) wrote: Did I really waste money to see this in theaters?

Sean C (ru) wrote: Awkward in some places but still a fine film, perhaps the best I've seen to feature immigration in the Gilded Age.

Jens T (nl) wrote: Jacques Tati's Mon Oncle is the second film where we follow the clumsy Monsieur Hulot. This time the theme is technology, a world in constant change with all kind of machines that you have to adjust to. In this film Hulot is the brother-in-law of a successful business man who lives in a high-tech house with all kinds of practical and unnecessary equipment. The contrast here is the Hulot lives in the lower class part of the city and always gets into trouble with the machines. This is truly an inventive comedy with a lot of mechanics and slapstick like in Chaplin's Modern Times. Thumbs up.