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Another great film from Pupi Avati. Silvio Orlando, Alba Rohrwacher and Francesca Neri are simply perfect.
This "documentary" (the inverted commas are needed: at least a couple of interviews with the students are clearly acted out; those kids got words put in their mouths) lives up to its title. By minimizing a real and concrete problem like anti-Semitism, Shamir's anti-Israel propaganda is nothing more than a sheer insult to Jewish people.
Rachel McAdams is just adorable. Keaton provides valid comedic moments. And Ford's character is so spiteful that I actually forgot how fiercely I despise the real actor behind it. That doesn't change the fact that Morning Glory is a mediocre, sappy comedy.
All things considered, The Mechanic is a sufficiently entertaining action flick. But sometimes I do wonder: will Jason Statham ever try and make the big jump to become a real actor? Fortunately Ben Foster brings some acting talent to the plate.
It didn't make me as depressed as I had hoped. That's too bad.