Uno strano tipo

Uno strano tipo

Peppino, a slow-witted local villager of the Italian resort town of Amalfi, is bribed to impersonate famed rock and roll star Adriano Celentano for autographs and personal appearances. ...

Peppino, a slow-witted local villager of the Italian resort town of Amalfi, is bribed to impersonate famed rock and roll star Adriano Celentano for autographs and personal appearances. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ninjaw P (kr) wrote: Je fous la moyenne, juste pour avoir eu les couilles de faire chanter du black metal Julien dor, et avoir tourn au Hellfest. Le film est honnte, un peu drle mais beaucoup trop lger : en gros ya 2 minutes de black metal soft en tout et pour tout. Ainsi la scne finale au hellfest est plus pitoyable qu'autre chose ... malgr le bonus d'AA et sa collgue bonasse, le film est trop mou.

Skip K (fr) wrote: This is a movie I want to see. How right have I been in my admiration of the pro-privacy (anti-gov't intrusion) element, compared to the movements other beliefs? But, can a movie really capture anything, accurately, other than information on the historical roots of the movement (ah, that Observation Effect)? And will the movie actually get shown anywhere out here I can see it?!? If so, I know a 10th grader I'll bring along.

Nancy P (jp) wrote: Entertaining, weird. 'Joseph Gordon Levitt compelling

Paul A (it) wrote: Supposedly this is a comedy. A claim that I would dispute from the off, to be honest I'm not entirely sure what it is, it certainly isn't a comedy and it's certainly not an action comedy (despite what the trailer would have you believe). It's sort of a "not really anything". And that's the problem, if the people making the film have no idea what they are making, how are we supposed to know?It is a slow, plodding and almost painfully dull film. My wife fell asleep, how I didn't is still a mystery. The film consists of actors sat around talking for the most part. When they are not talking they are either involved in embarrassing scenes (e.g. the sight of the once great Al Pacino spending a third of the film with a "comedy" erection because he has downed a handful of Viagra), or quite ridiculous plot lines inserted as the writer was obviously several pages short of a full script (I mean seriously, what are the chances of stealing a car, only to find a woman tied up in the trunk who has just been abducted, hence giving your characters something to do for the next twenty minutes as they seek some sort of vigilante justice)Al Pacino's character manages to make almost impossible deductions which would make Derren Brown proud. Which begs the question, if he is so bloody clever how come he ended up in prison in the first place? The isn't really an ending to the film so you don't even get the pay off of finding out what happens in the end, and the whole thing is just a waste of time. I could go on, but there is no point, the only thing you need to know is:-It's shit, not just normal shit but proper shit, Star Wars Holiday Special level of shit.

Dave M (ca) wrote: Horrible, Cheap-graphics, Retarded-bad-script, I can put the cheap-graphics a side But... Sorry.. The writing is just, Way... too Awful.

Russell B (nl) wrote: My favorite movie of all time. Very tightly-written, very understated. It's everything you DON'T expect from a movie that has Ben Stiller in it.

Eric C (us) wrote: The first of the films that center around Jay and Silent Bob. Great cast, great script and a lot of talking. The humor is great, but not for kids. Highly recommended

Linda G (fr) wrote: When my daughters were children we sat together and watched this movie and it remains a favourite. Its Peter Pan, the boy that never grew up, on speed, who allows a young women to fight against conformity and middleclass expectations. As kids my children thought Fred was on their side against boring adults, I as a an adult enjoyed the slapstick as well and we all cried at the end. I watched again today, and laughed out loud. I can understand why some people would find it disturbing, I actually think it was ahead of its time, it handles adult themes in a way that a child can relate too, bullying, pressure from adults and Fred defeats them with mud pies, throwing food and giving you a bad hair cut. So long live Fred and a huge fart to the critics.

Joe C (br) wrote: To experience the claustrophobia of U-boat warfare, lock yourself in a small metal cupboard with a few smelly friends and get another friend to lob high-explosives in your general direction for, ooh, say a tour of several months. While under perpetual threat of sudden inundation and/or implosion. If that seems a bit too much like hard work, settle down with a copy of Wolfgang Petersen's tense sub spectacular instead. Wait and watch as the crew of U-96 fight boredom and grow beards scouring the horizon for the next Allied convoy. Then start biting your nails. The most claustrophobic film on this list, charting the adventures of German U-boat U-96. A superbly crafted exercise in nerve-shredding tension, compelling characterization and the minutiae of submarine life. Spring for the director's cut. At 209 minutes it's a substantial time commitment, but the epic scope and lengthy running time isn't wasted on simplistic pictures, in fact it adds so much more development that every time a mortar rocks the men on the U-Boat, you're right there with them.

Kris W (de) wrote: "This is like no robbery you've ever imagined" "THE RISK: Death...THE PLAN: Use amateurs armed with ingenuity, guts, a cockroach, a thin cord, and a vacuum cleaner...THE TASK: Break into the most securely guarded fortress devised by man...THE CHALLENGE: Steal 12 billion dollars in uncut diamonds" With the help of a wealthy widow, an eccentric oil baron, an angry employee (James Mason), and, of course, a cockroach, a talented burglar (Charles Grodin) robs the world's largest clearinghouse for gems. A witty spoof on suspense thrillers. Canduce Bergen plays his lover, and John Gielgud as the mark. Howard R. Chesser: Slow down! You're reckless! Maren Shirell: I'm not reckless, I'm skillful. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maren Shirell: [talking about her gun] This will stop anything... Howard R. Chesser: From what? Maren Shirell:

Evan H (us) wrote: Lucille Ball nails the role and is wonderful to watch in this musical/comedy. Bea Arthur plays her best friend with comedic timing!

Kyle M (it) wrote: It requires another viewing to fully understand it at the same time follow it, but it's still an influential, French masterpiece. (B+)(Full review coming soon - requires another viewing probably)

Toni S (fr) wrote: Rather disappointing film which is only redeemed by the gorgeous natural scenery of the Alps and the performances of the two leading actors.

Levi S (ca) wrote: Good combo of creepy and "jump-out-of-your-seat" scary.

David H (nl) wrote: The American Remake is not as good as it's French Original but still funny that's anoter Couple like Cheech & Chong you can transplant everywhere and everythime and they always will be funny