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Best Italian Movies of all time


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Italy is a great country and Italy play a very important role in the film industry, here are the Italian best movies of all time. If you are the Italian movie lover so this article is only for you, here are the best Italian movies, you must watch before Die .

Important: Top Ten Italian Movies By Monica Bellucci .


THE FIRST KING: BIRTH OF AN EMPIRE (2019)



Two brothers working as shepherds embark on a journey that leads them to found a nation. .!


PIRANHAS (2019)



A gang of teenage boys stalk the streets of Naples, armed with hand guns and AK-47s to do the bidding of the mob bosses who give them their orders. .!


ULYSSES (1954)



Homer's hero (Kirk Douglas) recalls episodes of his odyssey: the Cyclops, Circe (Silvana Mangano), the sirens, the Trojan horse. .!


THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY (1966)



During the Civil War, two men, Blondie and Tuco, form an uncomfortable alliance while looking for treasure. They must also outwit Angel Eyes, an outlaw who wants to plunder the riches for himself. .!


TRINITY IS STILL MY NAME (1971)



Two incompetent brothers fail in their attempts to honour their father's last wish that they become famous outlaws. .!


LA DOLCE VITA (1960)



In Federico Fellini's lauded Italian film, restless reporter Marcello Rubini (Marcello Mastroianni) drifts through life in Rome. While Marcello contends with the overdose taken by his girlfriend, Emma (Yvonne Furneaux), he also pursues heiress Maddalena (Anouk Aimée) and movie star Sylvia (Anita Ekberg), embracing a carefree approach to living. Despite his hedonistic attitude, Marcello does have moments of quiet reflection, resulting in an intriguing cinematic character study. .!


CINEMA PARADISO (1988)



A boy coming of age in WWII Italy develops a lifelong love affair with movies. .!


LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL (1997)



A Jewish father and his family are surrounded by Nazi death camps. Living in a hostile environment, he uses humor to shield his young son from the grim realities of war. .!


VINCERE (2009)



Inspired by the life of Benito Mussolini's first wife, Ida Dalser (Giovanna Mezzogiorno), the film tells the story of tragic love amidst the tides of war. Ida, taken by the young and unemployed Benito (Filippo Timi), marries him and soon has his child. The two are separated at the outbreak of World War I, and Benito remarries. When Ida finds out, she tries to assert her place in his life, but the fascists are less than willing to tarnish the image of the man who is now a dictator. .!


IL POSTINO: THE POSTMAN (1994)



When exiled Cuban poet Pablo Neruda (Philippe Noiret) arrives on a tiny Italian isle, there's so much new mail that Mario (Massimo Troisi), an unemployed, uneducated layabout, is hired as a postman. His job is simply to deliver Neruda's daily mail. Mario soon becomes a student of the poet, learning the art of poetry to woo a local barmaid (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) and tell about the struggles of the working-class villagers. A firm friendship develops, and the postman turns into a changed man. .!




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