Tea with Mussolini

Tea with Mussolini

Semi-autobiographical film directed by Franco Zeffirelli, telling the story of young Italian boy Luca's upbringing by a circle of English and American women, before and during World War II.

1935. A group of elderly British women, who the Italians have named the Scorpioni, have chosen Italy, specifically Florence, as a place to live to blend their proper British sensibilities ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Noname (au) wrote: A romance comedy with the gorgeous Jessica Alba :) Story is about Charlie which has a spell he got from younger years from a girl. If he sleeps with a girl that girl finally can get married with her next boyfriend so he is "lucky chuck" kinda.. Some funny moments in this one along with sex jokes etc like other movies in its genre. Overall decent

CW R (gb) wrote: Interesting movie, good acting. The ending was very intriguing. Overall not a bad horror/suspense flick. The ending was a bit of a surprise and makes you guess as to what the next step is.

Andreas O (ag) wrote: The Dracula legend continues in space. Not a bad premise, really, if you do something interesting with the isolation and introspection that the location offers. But sadly, this is just readymade stupidness. Coolio is laughable both as a vampire and an actor in general, and Tiny Lister is as compelling as a walking slab of concrete. A film that demands nothing of the viewer and gives nothing back.

Kevin M W (de) wrote: Ahh, the theater, the theater, and here's a nod to loving the stage life by first time director Corley ... that sadly fails only with the casting of the lead, who embodies the drone he begins as at first, yet cannot realise the character arc to larger-than-life animal that the script calls for later. What is interesting though, beside the main plots fail, is Patty Duke and her son working together (and that she is a twin once more!).

bill s (gb) wrote: Ruehl is wonderful in this touching,sweet underrated little gem.

emma e (ca) wrote: this film is really really good have seen it a few times and still get engrossed in it. if u havent seen it pull your finger out and give it a watch!!!!!!!

bill s (au) wrote: This is some of Leigh's best work and the real reason to see this even if the last 15 minutes are just so difficult to watch.

Rik B (de) wrote: MEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!! Rik Billock as Farmer ed. Bill Hinzman crawls out of the grave(ya didn't see him die in "Nt of the Living Dead" didja? Bill makes a "Nt of the Living Dead-2 meets Friday the 13th" Jerry Gergely's FX R extreme and wonderful. We all had GREAT fun making this underground classic aka "Revenge of the Living Zombies"

Allan C (jp) wrote: Corny ranchers vs. farmers western. Randolph Scott lays Bat Masterson, who's the new sheriff of Liberal, Kansas. Anne Jeffreys plays the love interest, Robert Ryan an uncharacteristic nice guy and George "Gabby'' Hayes plays, what else, a cantankerous old man.

Brandy C (jp) wrote: First off, I really like movies that take place in enclosed areas (like 'Devil' or 'Buried') and this movie is no different. Even though it takes place in an enclosed and small space, it tricks your mind into thinking there are multiple cubes, even though they only used one to make the movie. Now that suspension of disbelief is awesome. And there's so many twists and turns and it's so exciting to watch. I definitely recommend this movie. It's one of my favorites.

Lee M (gb) wrote: Worthwhile as a document of life in New York's Jewish tenements, but its miniscule budget pinches its period detail into stagey and static sets that fetter it's dynamic cast.

Tanner M (de) wrote: Brilliantly Creepy, and suspenseful in every way. This movie had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Who would've thought someone knocking on your door could end up like that. It only makes it more creepy that it actually happened!