Checco, an uneducated but self-satisfied fellow from Milan, who has always dreamed of becoming a police officer, fails his entrance exam for the third time. It must be said that at the oral... See full summary »
Giacomo meets Giovanni, his former best friend, with whom he quarreled three years before. Giovanni persuades him to go visit their third friend Aldo, who is dying in Sicily. Through ... See full summary »
Al Caruso, John Gresco and Jack Amoruso are three gangsters working for the Genovese family. However, their efforts are more than headache-inducing, and when they are given one last chance:... See full summary »
Mario Cavallaro wakes up every morning in the same way, in the same house, in the same district in the same city, Milan. He has just turned 50. Mario loves order, accuracy, timeliness, ... See full summary »
Overwhelmed by his wife, a postal worker from Northern Italy feigns disability to request a transfer to Milan. When he's unmasked, he is sent to a tiny village near Naples for two years. He... See full summary »
To save his small town from being left by the last inhabitants, the Mayor organizes a false case of murder to attract media attention. His plan initially succeeds, but soon the situation will go out of control.
Thanks to the incredible success of "Qualunquemente", Antonio Albanese doubles with "Tutti tutto niente niente" that's a little more surrealistic but suffers the few time since the first movie and doesn't manage to be a good build comedy. Here it is used a classical expedient of Carlo Verdone, with the triplication of the main actor in three characters (Cetto La Qualunque again, Frengo that is an old character invented by Albanese, and a northern racist thought exactly for this movie). But this technique risks to make the movie just a collection of sketches that obey to the different behaviors of the characters, and here this risk is not avoided. The movie results as satiric and cruel as the first one, but lacks of unity and interesting plot.
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