In Naples, the Scuotto siblings make beautiful and scary renditions of Italy's "Punch"
You can bet your life that a trip to an Italian bathroom will be a gag-inducing experience.
In a pinch, please stick with "Casablanca" — but Clooney's fun.
Landolfi's Italy is a demented kaleidoscope — De Chirico, Tissot, Toulouse Lautrec, Daumier and maybe Van Gogh.
Idi-cum-Forest thrashes around like crazy, but the movie sits still.
I always wanted a wookiee, a tall, strong, hairy, faithful friend who would defend me.
Robert De Niro's CIA is too dull to be believed.
Going out on financial limb to buy high-priced wines isn't worth it.
I've come to Milan's Enoteca Cotti a few bottles of toast-worthy champagne.
My husband and I decided long ago that we need no more objects in our lives, and so our gifts to one another are moments: a nice dinner at a trattoria or day in the country at our favorite hideaway.
Vendela Vida's psychological detective story works so long as you don't apply too much pressure on the wound.