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My weekend movie: L'Oro di Napoli (1954)

L’Oro di Napoli (The Gold of Naples) – ITA 1954

Directed by: Vittorio De Sica.

Starring: Totò; Vittorio De Sica; Eduardo De Filippo; Silvana Mangano; Sophia Loren; Giacomo Furia; Paolo Stoppa; Tina Pica. 3,023 more words


News: Wes Anderson to return to Animation

Wes Anderson is coming off the most successful film of his career with The Grand Budapest Hotel,” one that we are hoping will hold out for at least a Best Original Screenplay Oscar, but now we can now look forward to a new and ambitious stop animation project from the director. 174 more words


Wes Anderson May Return To Stop-Motion Animation For His Next Project

Wes Anderson took a break from alphabetizing his collection of fine pocket squares this weekend to attend the Lisbon and Esteril Film Festival in Portugal, where he revealed that his next film may be a return to stop-motion animation, a technique he used in the… 379 more words

Film Drunk

"The Bicycle Thieves" (Ladri di biciclette) directed by Vittorio De Sica (1948)

Italy impoverished by war is the setting for the film “The Bicycle Thief”, a film that slams the reality of a broken country, where unemployment is abundant and the endless lines at the pawn shop with people demolished by desperation put aside their pride and sell their most valuable things filled with past dreams and hopes for a few lire. 127 more words

Schlocktoberfest IV - Day 5: Blood For Dracula

Blood For Dracula (1974)


*Spoilers Throughout*

What’s It About: The second gothic horror entry from Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey, again starring Udo Kier as the titular Count and Joe Dellesandro, the Brooklyn-accented boy-toy from… 1,686 more words


Marcello Mastroianni faria 90 anos hoje.

Céus, ô homem lindo, top-dúzia então:

1- 8½ (Otto e Mezzo, Federico Fellini, 1963)
2- La Dolce vita (Federico Fellini, 1960)
3- A Noite (La Notte, Michelangelo Antonioni, 1961) 87 more words

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