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(5142) 7.1 145 min 2019

Il traditore is a movie starring Pierfrancesco Favino, Luigi Lo Cascio, and Fausto Russo Alesi. The real life of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called "boss of the two worlds," the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s.

Starring
Maria Fernanda Cândido, Pierfrancesco Favino, Luigi Lo Cascio, Fausto Russo Alesi
Genres
Crime, Drama, Biography
Director
Marco Bellocchio

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Drama, Biography
Director Marco Bellocchio
Writer Francesco La Licata, Marco Bellocchio, Francesco Piccolo, Valia Santella, Ludovica Rampoldi
Stars Maria Fernanda Cândido, Pierfrancesco Favino, Luigi Lo Cascio, Fausto Russo Alesi
Country France, Brazil, Germany, Italy
Also Known As Hain, O Traidor, Le traître, The Traitor, Az első áruló, 黑金叛徒, El traidor, Der Verräter, Zdrajca, Izdajnik, Ο Προδότης, Il Traditore: Als Kronzeuge gegen die Cosa Nostra
Runtime 2H 25M
Description The real life of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called "boss of the two worlds," the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s.

Top reviews

Monday, 15 Jun 2020 21:00

If it weren't for the fact that this movie was made by Ridley Scott, I would have given it a 7. In a 'limited' PG-13-rated version of this, with some good effects, I would have given it a 6. However, I think the rating is being too generous and really does need to be revised to a more PG-13-rated version. The film has some good moments, and some truly excellent scenes, such as the 'family reunion' or the 'secret story'. I'm not the greatest fan of Cate Blanchett, I don't really care for her style, and I've never liked her, but she was great in this movie. I think the main reason I liked it was because of the cool-looking effects and it really gave me the creeps, I thought it was so cool. I like the locations and the different looks of Paris. The 'secret story' was a really cool idea, and the final chase was really exciting. Overall, I think this movie was an improvement over Jodie Foster's rather mediocre debut and that the film really needs to be rated at an R-rating, and I think it should have been rated as such. I don't like really violence and blood, but this movie definitely had enough of it to satisfy. There is a really cool and memorable scene where they found the girl's body, and the 'diary' on the back of the dead girl's photo was a really cool scene. I think the acting was good, and I think it was more of a thriller than a 'fantasy' film, and as such it had the necessary 'gore'. The music was nice, although I think they could have done without the OST. Overall, this film had some cool elements and the acting was above average. I would recommend it to fans of Ridley Scott and fantasy films. It would be a 7/10 for me, but I think it needs to be rated at an R, because it is really violent, and I think that would have ruined it for me.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 22:47

This film is about a small upstate New York community where people fight for honor and pride as a punishment for transgressions, including murder. It was produced by the late former U.S. Senator Alfonse D'Amato who was also a big proponent of legal reform for the Mafia. The film shows the people's reactions to police violence and to corruption in the community. The villain is a rookie cop, a real coward and a brute. They're as bad as the Mafia. He ignores his officers and simply does what he has to. The priest (who is in charge of the church) and the mayor are our heroes, by accepting the bounty. So they are heroes even though they kill innocent people. But the priest's actions are at the time in a reaction to the public outcry and force of the Mafia. As time goes on, the public charges the government with inaction and corruption. So the government turns down the guilt and mercy offering of the Mafia. The Mafia has done what it's supposed to do and the person who created the Mafia, the Priest, changes his ways and leads a revolt against the mafia. The leader of the mob realizes that they don't have enough power so starts taking out their anger on the village where the priest lives. A new leader is born but is quickly assassinated. After a priest dies, there's more and more violence. It gets to the point where there is only one man left standing. He's a girl (played by the beautiful Nicole Kidman) who is tortured to death. The poor people of the village are now the ones who are being persecuted by the mob and by the police. You can see where the film is going and how it ends. There is no moralizing here. I don't think I'm giving away the ending or a plot but it's just something that happens in the film. It's just to let you know that things are bad and we have to be vigilant. And while it's probably not a movie that will move you or get you involved, it's well made, has a nice cast and is well acted by all.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 21:56

I didn't expect a lot from the movie. I mean I didn't even know that it was based on a book and as I went to the cinema to see it I really didn't know what to expect but all I could say was that this movie had to be pretty good in order to inspire me to watch the book but I didn't like the movie. So the script, I thought it was very slow paced. I mean the story was very generic. I mean the script didn't really give any reason for the action but then I wasn't exactly sure what the point of the story was. But the best part about the movie is the story. I mean the idea of this movie is about two small farmers, this is in the Netherlands, in 1781. They have a son who has a problem with epilepsy and a daughter who wants to join a professional football team. In this period of Dutch history, soccer was still very popular in this country but as this is the American era, the owners had an idea to use their resources to invest money in soccer. So they bought a soccer stadium and planned to sell it to the lowest bidder. But this turned out to be the wrong decision because there were many expats that they didn't need. The owners (from what I've heard) were from the US. I don't know whether this is true or not but I think it is because the owner was a businessman that had a very high income and he had an American owner that wanted to get rid of the little money he had and bought a soccer stadium. This made the owners all rich. But it also made the little guy (the son) more independent. So the story was very interesting. The characters were not very well developed. I mean the father was kind of a coward but he is also very good with football and he can get a lot of money. The daughter was a bit better but she was the main character and the girlfriend. The son was a very normal guy and the girlfriend was very happy with the life she is living and is just doing what she wants. But the girlfriend didn't know anything about soccer. She only heard that this is the sport of the rich. It was about football and how everything went up and down and the struggle the little guy had. The way he got the point in the film, the idea that this isn't just a story about a football team and a footballer, it's about how the rich people use their money for what they want and the poor people lose everything they have.
Monday, 11 May 2020 20:47

Now having seen this movie (Auf der Felsalle) last night I can agree with everyone's opinion. It is one of those movies that has a perfect mix of humour, emotional depth, and great acting. The trailer gives away many aspects of the film and this makes it more difficult for the audience to grasp what it is that we are really supposed to be laughing at. That is the basic, but also most important, point of this film. The jokes are subtle and for a typical film that's a good thing, as they're funny, but also allow the audience to fill in any missing gaps in the plot that may be left unanswered. They're also able to deliver the subtle nuances that the audience will find themselves grasping the entire time. The humour is on the very high side for what the movie is about, but again, you're supposed to think, 'oh no, what would the characters be laughing at? That makes sense in a world with a totally fictional world.' I haven't watched the original book on which this movie is based, and I can say without being too dramatic that it is a different story. There are so many more nuances in the original book, so many more concepts to consider and explore. So in the end, I was disappointed that I had to read the book for the movie, but in the end I was very impressed with the film, and was left feeling something was lacking. What it was, was a very different movie in terms of story and more importantly, a different take on the 'horror' genre. That's not to say it's not scary, but just that it's not at the same level as the books. I can definitely recommend this movie to anyone looking for a better than average horror movie, though I know I won't be watching this again anytime soon.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 14:41

I think that here again, the director has taken a great story, gave it a pretty slick look and made it a successful movie. So if you look for an extraordinary movie, this is the movie to see. And of course, the stunning cinematography is up to par, so I can see where you are coming from. The acting in this movie, was pretty good, I don't think that the characters were wasted, especially with Will Smith who I don't know very well. What I mean is, that I am usually a fan of him, but when I first saw the movie I found myself not liking him as much as I had thought I would. But in the end, it did not matter to me what I thought, because this is the type of movie that is never going to get you with you on your "ho hum" feeling about characters. It is always going to get you with the story and overall feel that this movie gave you. I think that it will be difficult for people to put it down because it was such a good story. I didn't really like the twists in it as it was very predictable, but I also didn't see why it would be so easy to predict, with the fact that this was just a story that was told to us. I think it was very good overall for this movie, because it really made me feel like I was there and at the end of it I was actually moved. I thought that it was actually worth seeing it, and that's what you want to do if you are going to watch a movie like this. It may be a little bit over the top, but it was definitely worth it. I give it an 8 out of 10.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 10:32

For some reason, both of my boyfriends felt the need to review this film. The reason is obviously that they were super excited to be able to see this film. So now I can assure you, this film was a disappointment to both of my boyfriends. In fact, I feel so bad for the filmmakers that I decided to make a film to correct their awful judgement. The film is based on true events that took place in 1974. The film is a very real account of how two gangs in two different cities came together to try and take the law into their own hands. However, it is also a very boring account of how the gangs worked and where their major strengths came from. The first thing you will notice is the dreary and dull music. The music is used very sparingly and was very boring. It's not that the music is bad, it's just that I don't think it fits the tone of the film. The acting is also very bad. The acting was more of the generic 'hero' that we have all seen a thousand times before. I found myself not caring that much about the characters. The film is boring. The ending was also very predictable, but at least I was not let down by that. The film is also incredibly slow. The film was filmed in a really boring and very dark tone. There are also scenes of very dark humor, like a scene in the police station where a bunch of bad jokes are being yelled at each other. It's not funny, but it's totally useless. The film is a boring and uninteresting account of two gangs trying to take over the city. It is extremely predictable and it is also extremely boring. I am sure the film would have been better if the music was taken out. I give this film an overall rating of 7/10. You may think I'm being harsh or mean, but I simply feel bad for the filmmakers. They must have been super pumped up to see this film. I feel so bad for them.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 08:14

Elvis in Rome is a really interesting movie to watch. I have read a couple of reviews from Elvis fans, that were negative about the film and said the story wasn't well done. Although I have seen this movie and have seen it twice, I have to say I'm not too fond of it. I agree it wasn't the best Elvis movie ever made but Elvis wasn't well taken care of in this one. He was just a role played by Elvis's wife and a little help from the townspeople. He was a former headliner and there wasn't a lot of support from the local community. The movie had some wonderful moments but I didn't enjoy it that much. If you want to see a good Elvis movie, I recommend Michael Mann's "Mad City". This movie was not as good as Mad City but still very good. What I didn't like about this film is that it was more of a drama than a documentary. You could have made a better documentary about Elvis and the life and career of his wife, if you look at "The Life and Times of Kelly", I believe it was that. The documentary was great and really brought you into the life of Kelly. "Elvis" was more of a movie about Elvis, about a man who tried to make it as an entertainer in the late 50's, although Elvis wasn't exactly successful, so I guess it wasn't all a success. I liked the film but I really didn't like it as much as I thought I would. If you like Elvis or Elvis music then you will enjoy the film but if you're looking for a more documentary or even a comedy then I would recommend "The Life and Times of Kelly".


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