MADE IN ITALY – Review by April Neale

James D’Arcy’s filmmaking debut is a lilting and lighthearted look at a father and son coming together after they’ve been estranged for some time. If you want to get lost in a lovely and moving little film, Made In Italy is a comforting bowl of risotto with extra butter and Parmesan, decidedly simple, and filling.

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MADE IN ITALY – Review by Martha K Baker

Do not confuse Made in Italy with The Burnt Orange Heresy. Yes, both are set in beautiful, sunny Italy and both are about art and artists and art dealers. Whereas The Burnt Orange Heresy centers on stealing and head trips, Made in Italy focuses on an estranged widower and his motherless son’s finding each other.

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MADE IN ITALY – Review by Lana Wilson-Combs

Liam Neeson, best known as the tough guy with the “special set of skills” in actioners like Taken, Run All Night and Non-Stop, shows a softer and more compassionate side in his latest movie Made in Italy. Directed and written by actor James D’Arcy (Avengers: Endgame and Dunkirk), Made in Italy is a slow moving, yet gripping drama set in beautiful Tuscany, Italy.

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AWFJ Movie of the Week, Feb. 2-8: JUPITER ASCENDING

Opening Feb. 6, AWFJ’s Movie of the Week is Jupiter Ascending, written and directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski (The Matrix, Speed Racer, Cloud Atlas). Set in the future, it stars Milan Kunis as Jupiter Jones, a seemingly ill-fated woman whose life is changed forever by the arrival of Caine (Channing Tatum), a genetically engineered hunter. Read on…

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