A wild stallion is captured by humans and slowly loses the will to resist training, yet, throughout his struggles for freedom, the stallion refuses to let go of the hope of one day returning home to his herd.
After going bankrupt, Checco (Checco Zalone), an Apulian entrepreneur, leaves to Africa in order to escape creditors. He finds a job in a tourist resort where he meets Idjaba (Manda Touré) and Oumar (Souleymane Silla), a waiter with a passion for old Italian neorealism films. When terrorists attack the area, Checco has no choice but to migrate with his friends.Written by
Tolo Tolo (2020) is the film with the highest grossing in the first 24 hours of its release in cinemas in Italy, with 8.7 million euros collected and a total of 1.174.285 spectators. The previous record was held by the previous Checco Zalone film, Quo vado? (2016), with 7.3 million euros collected. See more »
I can't tell you how wrong this film is. I can't even classify it as a film: not worthy this name.
There's little fun in it, way far from the standard of a comedian like Zalone (that I don't really appreciate but at least this is his job...). There's no structure in the plot, just a sequence of stages already seen over and over again.
Musical are not catchy neither intelligent.
There's no critic to society, nor any tentative of telling a story: just a bunch of scenes that are supposed to be funny but aren't
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