At Alfea College, Stella, Aisha, Flora, Musa, and Tecna all graduate and become fairy guardians of their home planets. But, Bloom must watch graduation from the sidelines. The Winx try to save Bloom's parents and the planet.
A cynical experienced homicide detective based in Marseilles, France is crippled in the line of duty and depends on a wheelchair to get around. He is accompanied by a young ,vivacious ... See full summary »
It's a fantasy adventure with Bloom, Stella, Flora, Musa, Tecna & Aisha, the Winx Club! They use their magical powers to fight evil. The Winx Club takes girl power to new heights, with six ... See full summary »
Maria Jose Estevez
I was lucky enough to get a screening of this movie at the Venice Film Festival. I was skeptical of this title because I was afraid that might somehow tried to mimic Sorrentino's Gomorra style. It turned out not to be the case. The movie in fact is far from that: it is brilliantly shot in a very intimate way. It even depicts events as if it was a biopic at times. It can both gently touch certain aspects of the characters or drag you right into the violence and the wrath of the events as if you was there. The story it tells is very dramatic and crude. On top of this it will let you with a bitter taste in your mouth. If you think that basically almost all the stuff you'll see in the movie really happened. I think I'll go and watch it again when it'll be distributed in regular theaters.
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