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Village Voice by
Il Divo plays like an elegantly ritualized black comedy.
The New Yorker by
Consume with great caution, and with joy.
Los Angeles Times by
Simultaneously exhilarating and confounding, dazzling and confusing, this is filmmaking of such verve and style that you likely won't care that you can't follow it completely.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by
Fortunately, there's always the fascination of watching actor Toni Servillo, who does a brilliant job of playing Andreotti (known as Beelzebub) as a kind of devil with a clown's exterior.
Entertainment Weekly by
You need know nothing about Italian politics to completely enjoy the fantastical, Fellini-fied, tragi-comic, biographical fun-for-all Il Divo.
The A.V. Club by
Through Sorrentino's lens, Andreotti's chief lieutenants are made to look like Reservoir Dogs, with Andreotti as a calm, tight-lipped, upper-crust analog to Lawrence Tierney.
The New York Times by
As operatic cinema, it ranks alongside the best of Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola.
New York Post by
The highly stylized, often outrageously funny biopic is anchored by a devastating performance by Toni Servillo as Andreotti, brilliantly capturing the gnomic politician's trademark slouch and inexpressive face.
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