Paparazzi (II) (1998)

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This Italian comedy takes an affectionate look at a montley group of free-lance photographers desperate to grab a good shot of a celebrity, with a host of Italian TV personalities appearing as themselves.


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8 March 2013 | marco70
| Embarrassing. Just embarrassing.
There is really not that much that can be said about this movie. Wafer-thin when it comes to the plot, it simply is a series of sketches involving a group of paparazzi trying to chase down celebrities.

The quality of the movie is non existent, and the fact that the vast majority of the alleged "V.I.P."'s (all playing themselves) in the movie have now disappeared is a testament of how useless the whole thing is.

And the whole thing looks extremely cheap, shot and edited in a very bad way, with an incongruous, random score; something that has sadly become a trademark for director Neri Parenti.

Bad acting all over the place, and this is nothing new from both Christian De Sica and Massimo Boldi, both recycling old trite gags; but it is frankly embarrassing watching an actor as solid as Diego Abatantuono can be, taking part in this anemic, embarrassing farce.

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