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. ... See full summary »
Two attendants in a public toilet in New York save the life of the Mafia boss Attanasia. Attanasia turns one of them into a successful boxer by setting up his matches and makes the other ... See full summary »
Senator Pupis feels a strong and uncontrollable urge to grab women's bottoms, a habit than can lead to embarrassment, especially if the woman in question is head of another state and the ... See full summary »
Small time crook Napoleone falls into an unlikely gang made up of a gangster, called The Baron, and his two cohorts, Agonia and The Captain, where Napoleone takes them to Rome where they ... See full summary »
Ciccio and Franco flee Naples because they are wrongly accused of having murdered a local camorra boss and enlist in the Foreign Legion. They are inept but are mistaken for brave people by ... See full summary »
When a Russian space craft is lost in space with two cosmonauts on board, the KGB authorities abduct two petty criminals, Franco and Ciccio, to launch them into space and have them return ... See full summary »
Follows the adventures of a group of friends, teddy boys and rock and roll chicks whose crazy, fun-loving habits inspire jiving from some of Rome's citizens, and bitter complants from ... See full summary »
An Italo-American mobster is sent back to Naples from the States. He moves to Italy with all his illegal proceeds, hidden in jam jars. When the jars get to the harbour of Naples, they fall ... See full summary »
I suppose since no one else has commented on "002: Agenti Segretissimi" on IMDb I should write a brief plot summary for it, but this movie barely has a plot: American, Russian and Chinese secret agents are chasing Franco and Ciccio around the French Riviera because they are in possession, unbeknownst to them, of a valuable formula (in other words, a McGuffin). It's really just a series of loosely connected vignettes and skits - and director Lucio Fulci, still young and inexperienced, lingers too long on each one of them. There are some laughs, even out-loud laughs (one routine is taken directly out of Abbott and Costello), and the production values are good, but the movie lacks pace. ** out of 4.
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