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God Willing is a comedy of manners with some fine acting by veterans of Italian cinema.
The story flows coherently, with great rhythm and lots of humor, it even has some surprisingly poetic moments. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that tries to be liked too much, leaving reflection on the side. [Full review in Spanish]
The first part works but then it slowly becomes propaganda, making it feel too artificial. [Full review in Spanish]
Brisk and smart entertainment. [Full review in Spanish]
It's charming and funny and easy to digest, while being almost devoid of nutrition or directorial flourish.
A plan gone awry is a traditional screen farce, but God Willing never builds up the comic energy to sustain such an approach; the schemes peter out before they can attain a lunatic silliness.
Flaws aside, God Willing is still an entertaining romp that culminates on a reflective moment.
It's a warm, enjoyable, funny and sometimes wise exploration of family, friendship, faith, fallibility and fatherhood in a double sense of the word.
Very broad, very mannered and very much an acquired taste.
God Willing is neat, witty and somewhat complacent.
Morante, Spada and Gassman are pretty strong here under Falcone's direction, and yet Giallini rather overacts.
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