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Half a good movie
'Lasciati Andare' ("Let Yourself Go") begins excellently, with the reliably brilliant Toni Servillio playing a jaded psychotherapist who takes his wife for granted even though the pair are formally separated. But after a health-scare he reluctantly takes on an excitable personal trainer and various forms of chaos ensue. Unfortunately, as the film continues, these episodes become both more outrageous and more generic - the earlier incidents are funnier because they're better grounded in the specifics of the character and the situation. Overall, it's mildly amusing rather than hysterical.
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