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  1. steeeeellaaaaa's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    i really expected this to be a screwball comedy, instead i got a post neo realism romantic drama where sophia loren does more than just look good

  2. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

  3. Samuel Righi's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

  4. Balthaz21's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

  5. Muraki's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

  6. Chichago_'s rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    My heart ache for Filumena. I like how the film divided the story into two separate point of view.

  7. come-in-alone's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    The scene with the two kids eating pastries is one of the cutest I've seen in a while.

  8. ammar's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

  9. Ethan's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    One of the many films to show the magnificent pairing of Mastrianni and Loren. They seemed to be at the top of their comedic form when they worked with De Sica.

  10. caitlin.f's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    loved this, sophia loren was amazing & totally hilarious!

  11. kleos's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    Persistently funny and beautiful.

  12. Nick Potter's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    Vittorio De Sica is often not given enough credit when unfairly compared to the likes of Fellini and Visconti, but he does make a solid romantic comedy. Is it a bit melodramatic? Sure, but so was all of Italy in the 1960's. Marcello Mastroianni is as charming and funny as ever, and Sophia Loren is magnificent and beautiful. Her iconic curtain scene is alone worth it.

  13. corycorycorycory's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    I appreciated the smart, subtle jokes here and there, but dramatics are too reminiscent of the period.

  14. David R Williams's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    Melodramatic yes but in this case that is not a bad thing. Mastroianni is wonderful as always while Loren is radiant. Funny and heart-rending. If you don't get a bit misty at least once during all this - you need to check for a heart beat.

  15. fonzie's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    a bit too melodramatic and saccharine near the end (fighting into a kiss then finally pronouncing your love for each other ultimately resulting in marriage? really?) the scene where the boys reunite and Riccardo eats the pastry the exact same way is really cute though.

  16. Renzo Frigato's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

  17. T Mills's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    Contrary to popular opinion, I don't think this film works well at all. The comedy falls flat, the drama is forced and everything feels overly drawn out with no real depth to fill the space. I think De Sica was the least interesting of his generation of filmmakers. Watching Marcello makes the film watchable. Otherwise, it's no better than any standard American romantic comedy.

  18. jamesey's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    I'm not sure this one holds up. It had its laughs, but the acting isn't great, and the characters aren't interesting. They're mostly annoying.

  19. Ben Loory's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    largely asinine but has some moving scenes

  20. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    This is that side of Italian cinema I hate. De Sica does love his melodramas. Divorce Italian Style was a genuine commentary on Italian society. This is "Men must be tricked into marriage." He wants to marry the virgin, not the whore. Which is a double standard for the ladies man. Lots of bad messages for women, especially since marriage is better for men than it is women.

  21. Beaty Reynolds's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    Rapturous, the love affair between the camera and Sophia Loren. Mastroianni is no slouch either, of course. Truly one of the great joys of 60s Italian Cinema.

  22. The Boreal Chorus's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    On one level, it's a 60s-era rom-com full of great cinematography, acting and chemistry. It's De Sica after all. On another level, it's a light but tragic exploration of a misogynistic society. On a higher level still, it's transcendent, perhaps even in feminist terms if one's heart is open because the heroine survives rejection, shame, despair, and even catharsis with dignity and honor.

  23. Jacinta Escudos's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

    Si la vida fuera como en las pelĂ­culas de Vittorio de Sica... (sigh).

  24. Mark Tallo's rating of the film Marriage Italian-Style

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