Curiously airless, weightless and tonally uncertain, Luc Besson's mafia comedy falls flat.
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Discovery's latest attempt to exploit the non-TV-watching Amish is either a shark-jumping example of structured reality hitting its nadir, or in its brazenness, the screwball comedy of 2012.
Downtrodden and ragtag, yet resilient and animated in more ways than one, the protags of "Consuming Spirits" lead a hard-knock life in an Appalachian town rife with secrets.
Shooting a hit TV series about an anti-Mafia cop squad in Palermo, Sicily, can mean giving the Cosa Nostra a piece of the action, whether you know it or not.
Italy's current political scandals are a double-edged sword for this bigscreen version of Antonio Albanese's popular TV satire.
Albania “East, West, East” (Gjergj Xhuvani) Algeria “Outside the Law” (Rachid Bouchareb) Argentina “Carancho” (Pablo Trapero) Austria “La Pivellina” (Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel) Azerbaijan “The…
Sentimental look at a son returning to his hometown to say goodbye to his dying mother.
Represents a messy, tawdry blend of documaking and fiction, all set in and around the city of Naples.
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