The Boss

The Boss

A bomb attack in a cinema in Palermo kills all the fellows of Attardi's clan a part from Cocchi. He immediately understands that the author of the bomb attack is Daniello from Don Corrasco's clan. Cocchi is determined to revenge. His actions, including the Corrasco's daughter kidnap, in a Palermo in which also the police is corrupted, will soon destroy the old equilibrium giving the way to an escalation of violence that won't save anyone. If Cocchi will survive to the mafia war he will be the new boss for sure.

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Matt L (ca) wrote: haha, this movie is ridiculous.

jason h (it) wrote: Far more enjoyable that its prequel. Still nothing special. Just another one of those haunted house movies. Only this time it was on a hill. To be honest, the hill looks more like a cliff to me.

Michael D (ag) wrote: Magical, atmospheric and funny.

Luciano d (ca) wrote: Devoid of delicacy, this film approaches the Holocaust theme with immense intensity, because the story is unadulterated by elements of sentimentalism. The story is raw, though and overwhelming. The shockingly brilliant dialogues are probably the highlight of this film - they are so unemotional, so logical, so direct, so elegant that they almost appear as inappropriate, but in fact, the common sense is likely the only thing people on the edge can resort to. PS: Megan Turner criticised the film for "Nelson's brutally unsentimental approach ... sucks the humanity from the film, leaving behind an horrific but weirdly unemotional spectacle." - I think this is precisely the reason why the film is so great. Don't you?

Lee M (de) wrote: This curious indie will certainly keep you guessing -- not so much because the plot is complicated, but simply in trying to figure out who all these characters are and what they have to do with one another. Tim Robbins appears as Jodie Foster's savior, while countless subplots swirl around them.

Justin L (au) wrote: The. WORST. Movie. I have EVER seen. BAR NONE.

Eric H (au) wrote: Kids thriller in the tradition of Hardy Boys with Thomas on the run from killers. The whole thing is rather gimmicky and silly, but you'll be entertained by the always durable Coleman in two roles, as a figment of Thomas' video game playing imagination and as his father. Jeanette Nolan also stars.

Michael H (ag) wrote: Surprised at Pacino, this is truly terrible stuff from the great man.

Matt R (de) wrote: it was produced by dane cook, i should have known it was shit.