Now in the Far North (i.e. Milan!), Alberto has accepted to manage a program for efficiency improvement in the Italian Post. He devotes all his time and all his energy to this noble (?) ... See full summary »
Checco, an uneducated but self-satisfied fellow from Milan, who has always dreamed of becoming a police officer, fails his entrance exam for the third time. It must be said that at the oral... See full summary »
Help, I need somebody, I've just seen a waste of time and human work and I'm still incredulous. The freshness and grace of the first installment is gone: the desire of repeating the exorbitant result at the box-office must have been so strong that screenwriters, producers and director haven't put any care in it, and watching the movie you can see it. I don't know how to explain myself, but all that I've just seen is banal, ridiculous and shallow, or maybe is simply our age's mirror. The first chapter was all about the school (from which the most hilarious scenes were developed), the true and strong friendship between the characters and the pure love. Now everything shrinks to a question of sex, lays, nude women, husbands cheating on wives and so on. I'm not puritan, but if I want to watch a movie about sex problems, surely I'll choose other features, not this crap, in which the actors are painful, too. And, to help the whole thing, there are The Finley singing in English in the soundtrack. I can save only the setting in Rome, who's so beautiful that it looks gorgeous even in the worst pictures.
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