AmeriQua is the story of a lazy recent graduate, Charlie (Bobby Kennedy), whose rich parents cut him off with a $5000 check and an ultimatum to start a life of independence and ... See full summary »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Bobby Kennedy III ... Charlie
Alec Baldwin ... Mr. Edwards
Catherine Mary Stewart ... Mrs. Edwards
Alessandra Mastronardi ... Valentina
Jeanene Fox ... Jenny
Giancarlo Giannini ... Don Cesare Ferracane
Antonia Dell'Atte ... Vittoria Ferracane
Eva Amurri Martino ... Vicky (as Eva Amurri)
Enrico Silvestrin Enrico Silvestrin ... Carmine
Ernesto Mahieux ... Don Farina
Lele Gabellone Lele Gabellone ... Lele (as Gabriele Bagellone)
Gianluca Bazzoli Gianluca Bazzoli ... Badoo
Giuseppe Sanfelice Giuseppe Sanfelice ... Il Pisa (as Giuseppe San Felice)
Vito Facciolla Vito Facciolla ... Vito
Edoardo Pesce Edoardo Pesce ... Il Nero


AmeriQua is the story of a lazy recent graduate, Charlie (Bobby Kennedy), whose rich parents cut him off with a $5000 check and an ultimatum to start a life of independence and responsibility. Instead, he buys a plane ticket to Italy, gets robbed upon arrival and winds up in Bologna in the care of his new friend Lele (Lele Gabellone), the self-proclaimed King of Bologna, who lives with a scraggly punkabbestia, Ballo (Gianlucca Bazzoli), and the insatiable prostitute frequenter, Il Pisa (Giuseppe Sanfelice). In Bologna, Lele teaches Chrlie the subtle strategies that the King knows so well, namely hitting on Italian women, throwing all-night parties and inciting general anarchy. Charlie takes to it like a pro and in the process meets the dangerously beautiful Valentina (Alessandra Mastronardi) and all-American Jessica (Eva Amurri). It may have been a simple story of cultural exchange had Charlie not accidentally pissed off two vicious mafia bosses, Don Ferracane (Giancarlo Giannini) and... Written by

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seductive | hot | sexy | bologna | italy | See All (24) »



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Rated R for language and some sexual content | See all certifications »

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I wanted to like it...
25 March 2014 | by jonrpatrickSee all my reviews

I love movies with some flavor and fun, think of EuroTrip, which is how I found this movie - searching for EuroTrip on Netflix. In spite of the poor rating, I decided to give it a shot. If you want to turn off your brain for a while and watch some amazing scenery, with a potentially interesting story, you won't regret watching this. However, ultimately there's no point to the movie. The lead actor is just weak and can't carry a scene. His new buddy Lele is a strong actor, as are the leading ladies. The other 2 new male friends in Italy are just nasty. Some characters actions make no sense, they never ask for help, characters slip into and out of English/Italian even when they supposedly don't speak the language. The plot gets mixed and pointless, with some odd camera work just to keep you off balance. But the worst sin is it never builds. There's no tension, no sense that it won't all work out in the end. And a building romantic relationship is suddenly just - gone. I kept expecting the main characters to work through everything and to stay in Italy building a life together, but noooo. They split without any sense of loss at all. It has so much potential, but ultimately had no direction, acting, or any redeeming qualities.

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28 February 2013 (USA) See more »

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EuroTrapped See more »

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Barga, Tuscany, Italy See more »

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