Superfantozzi (1986) is an Italian film from 1986. It is the fifth film in the saga of the unlucky clerk Ugo Fantozzi, played by its creator, Paolo Villaggio. In this film, Fantozzi is portrayed in a surreal historical journey, from Genesis to 1980s.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1986
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

When God created man, his first try at it wasn't very successful... Fantozzi was born, and right from the beginning of time he was doomed to be humiliated and laughed at. In a number of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Superfantozzi torrent reviews

Skylar T (kr) wrote: so good and an amazing adventure x

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James H (es) wrote: Personally, I don't get the appeal of Mr. Long here. He is perfectly adequate as the Mac Guy in those commercials, and the geek/nerd in Galaxy Quest. But, other than that, I don't buy him as much of a leading man type. This film tries to play both sides of that coin. He is the leading man, but one who is the hapless geek who runs the local Battlefield Museum. In the small town of Patriotville, Chase Revere (Justin Long) is the curator of the Battlefield Museum, and seemingly the only one interested in the small town's history. Soon, his museum becomes the target site for a new Indian casino and as he fights to keep that casino from ruining everything he loves, he discovers that maybe there is more out there to love. Deep right? Yeah, I just wrote that sitting here in my pajamas trying to think of something nice to say to lull you into a false sense of security. Beside the beauty of Chriqui, and the novely of seeing Star Trek: Voyager's Robert Beltran, this movie had nothing redeeming about it all. The writing was such that I felt it lagging at different points, and the characters were just cliche for the most part. I kept waiting for something funny to happen, but it never did. No, wait, there was one scene where I chuckled. It had to do with (forgive me) balls. It was somewhat funny the way the character delivered the line, but aside from that, I was just waiting for the stupid thing to be over. How is it Missy Pyle wasn't utilized more by the way? She is awesome! She is up there with Martha Plimpton in my book - and well, speaking of Martha Plimpton, did you see NBC is going to start airing that show Parenthood finally?! Thank God the Olympics are over - ugh. Now I can get me my Lauren Graham fix. I'm disappointed more people couldn't find good scripts for her to work with. Seriously. Oh. The movie. Right. Avoid. There, done. 'Nuff said. What's next?

olayinka w (us) wrote: modern day breakfast club. it's reality tv show (scratch that), reality movie. its the drama you love from the Hills and Real World only better, it's actually believable. you might even learn something about yourself.

Selvaraj r (ag) wrote: Another great Superstar movie

Kay L (ca) wrote: Excellent, not easily predictable. Awsome movie ,two thumbs up!!!!

Juha S (fr) wrote: Nice little drama about a divorcing couple, but the story goes backwards.

David Ray G (fr) wrote: I really love this film - the characters are so familiar and real, there are no attempts to make it beautiful or sell it, and both Fernando Ramallo and Jordi Vilches are excellent in their roles. One of the freshest, most pleasing and tangible gay movies in Spanish cinema. It's unbelievable how insouciant it is, how casual. A coming-of-age film about a strong friendship between a gay guy and his straight best friend that sometimes goes beyond friendship, but always returns there.

Carlos I (us) wrote: Still so hilariously bad and awesome at the same time. Such delicious nostalgia. Warwick Davis is so great in the role.

Stephen S (us) wrote: Really good film, Helen Slater is great as Supergirl

Paul R (fr) wrote: The film suffered from some uneven editiing. There were a number of scenes that were disjointed and there was no bridges to bring them together. That and some audio that seemed to come out of nowhere. In all, it was a funny movie and I watch it when I need a jolt of silly.

Marcella H (it) wrote: After you slit your wrists you just want to slit your thoat. So gut wrenchingly powerful in the most bleakest way. But in a good way!

Vinceno B (ca) wrote: Alien invasion / horror story set in England in the 50's. Quatermass is unbelievably rude and doesn't care of human life at all. Special effects are good for the time the movie was made. The message seems to be: scientific progress and exploration, no matter what.

Justin E (it) wrote: It took seven directors to come up with this all time worst movie ever piece of crap. Doesn't even deserce 1/2 a star.

Cynthia G (us) wrote: I HATE SNAKES! This movie is so grotesque. It gives me the heebie jeebies. Blech!