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If you are not italian, you can't understand the high votes for this film......it's difficult to explain this success; in Italy 'Vieni avanti cretino' it's really a cult-movie, a must seen for my generation, one of the movies that everyone knows and loves... for example, I don't know how many times I talk 'bout this film with my friends with a good bottle of wine in my hands and a smile on my face... 'Vieni avanti cretino', 'Fantozzi', 'Lo chiamavano Trinità' and so on are probably 'technically' terrible films... but It doesn't matters... I'm sure that I'm not the only one that laughts at the quotation of this film and decides to give it a 10/10...
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