Tutto è musica
The film is based on the dramatization of Domenico Modugno's (Mister Volare) songs.
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Ray F (ru) wrote: En lo personal la pelcula como lo que es, una farsa tiene detalles que necesitas ver una y otra vez para estar en contexto; me pareci divertida e irreverente.
Joetaeb D (fr) wrote: John Cena definitely proves he's got some acting chops, but 12 rounds is too ridiculously fast paced and high on energy to make up for it's empty and derivative plot
Sam R (br) wrote: Best sundance film of all time
Gianni B (ag) wrote: Okay, well, all in all, the more I think about it, I think they actually wrapped up all the questions pretty well. Oh, except, uh, was that the Blair Witch who was behind it the whole time? Did that Twin Peaks girl have anything to do with it? Oh, and what about the author? Was she possessed or behind it at all? Actually, whoever it was, what was the motive? Why kill all these people? Were they under a spell or just crazy? I mean, we know that this guy was crazy because he was in a mental institution. In fact, what was up with that opening with the pouring of the mucus into his nose? They never explained that. Hey, how come they saw crazy images sometimes and then didn't at other times? Was there ever a rhyme or reason to it, or did they just do it out of nowhere? For that matter, how do we know the video footage is really what we're seeing? I mean, is that really what happened, or did the ghost or witch or whatever it is play with that, too? We saw clearly he can mess with the footage. Speaking of which, why was the footage only playable when being played backwards? I mean, even then, how did they see the snippets of it when they were playing it forward? Oh, yeah, and did they ever explain why the goth chick was psychic? That was a thrilling backstory, wasn't it? I'm so glad they had that in the movie, that was essential to the plot! Hey, is there any chance that you can explain why you were cutting to those bits of those people being murdered out of nowhere?! Did it add anything to the story? Did it create any suspense? Now that I think about it, from a storytelling point of view, WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH THE FUCKING BLAIR WITCH?* A CONNECTION, IF THERE IS ONE AT ALL, IS BARELY MADE! In fact, wait a minute. (He does a close-up on the movie poster's title) WHAT THE FUCK WAS THE BOOK OF SHADOWS?! (Back to the movie footage) Did they ever mention that in the movie?! Where the hell was that title? They never talk about it! WE NEVER EVEN SEE IT! DON'T YOU THINK MAYBE THE TITLE OF YOUR MOVIE SHOULD GODDAMN HAVE SOMETHING WELL FUCK SHIT DAMN TO DO WITH YOUR MOVIE? IT'S NEVER EXPLAINED! Hey, you know, come to think about it, THIS MOVIE IS BUTT-ASS!
peter w (es) wrote: 2/4 A huge mess of a movie, but it has some laughs. Not a great movie but not a horrable one.
Matthew S (es) wrote: Style over substance can work, but not here.
Calvin S (br) wrote: Funny ass movie and smart
Nev M (ag) wrote: A Jamaican film classic..if you don't understand patois you won't find the film funny.
Angela P (br) wrote: Not nearly as awesome as Gold Diggers of 1933.
Nicolas P (nl) wrote: Creo en la franquicia creada por Blue Sky, reconozco que ha sido la mas pobre de las pelculas de Ice age hasta ahora, probablemente por la ausencia de Carlos Saldanha, quien representaba un nombre y una batuta para estos proyectos; su ausencia se hizo notar y la calidad del sentido del humor, mximo bastin de estas pelculas estuvo bajo nivel. Me preocupa especialmente la continuidad de la franquicia de manera limpia, puesto que han estado incluyendo demasiados personajes secundarios en una especie de "agrandamiento de manada" que afecta a las secuelas posteriores.
R S (it) wrote: When you can't come up with a decent film, why not rely on juvenile humor and cliche plot devices... Works every time.
Bill R (de) wrote: Saw this greatest of all caper films theatrically in 1964, and it inspired in me a determination to go to the Topkapi museum in Istanbul and see the sultan's dagger. It took 35 years to fulfill this ambition, but I finally did it in 1999.
Antti R (kr) wrote: A far cry from Loach's two other Glasgow films. Frankly, a bore despite the important subject matter.