Sorrentino navigates Italy's tumultuous political landscape, in this sublimely directed, fascinating docudrama, featuring a performance of restrained power from Toni Servillo.
Reinforces the general rule, that remakes are unnecessary and add nothing.
A powerful, intelligently observed drama about the devastating and crushing physical and psychological harm propagated by sexual abuse.
A worthy pulp-noir, that occasionally skates the edge to laughable.
A terrifying look into indoctrination and abuse inflicted by religion.
Psycho II is quite entertaining, though it is marred by a weak script, some laughable acting and plot contrivances. Compared to its magnificent predecessor - of course - it is quite irrelevant.
Disjointed and episodic, without any real interesting propulsive momentum. Of course, this being a Woody Allen film, there are a few scenes of great wit and sarcasm.
Moonstruck is a wonderfully written, beautifully observed, and wickedly funny comedy.