Italian Movies Have Never Been Better

Complete Italian Movies On YouTube

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They come and they go from YouTube, so watch them while they are there. Most don’t have subtitles, but they’re free!

 

Baarìa

Guiseppe Tornatore’s – with subtitles!

 

La Siciliana Ribelle

 

Finalmente La Felicità

 

For some really stupid fun, Matrimonio alle Bahamas.

 

Ecco Fatto, from Gabriele Muccino.

 

Sì Può Fare is a feel-good movie if there ever was one, especially inspiring and touching because it’s true.

 

Respiro is Emanuale Crialese’s film, set on the Italian island of Lampedusa, starring Valeria Golino and Vincenzo Amato.

 

Un’Estate Ai Caraibi is a dumb looking comedy that I haven’t seen but imagine one of those “so bad they’re good” films. It’s got Marina Stella from L’Ultimo Bacio!

 

The Orange Thief is a nice little film about a guy who steals oranges; this one even has English subtitles.

 

 

 

5 Responses to “Complete Italian Movies On YouTube”

  1. Frank Manila

    Hi!

    http://youtu.be/X8hf1t9SWVQ – Ricomincio da tre.
    It’s a must to see of italian comedy.

    http://youtu.be/HMYcW08Xub8 – Lavorare con lentezza.
    The story of Radio Alice, a free radio station set in Bologna in the seventies.

    http://youtu.be/SAhvaRkg518 – In barca a vela contromano.
    Comedy drama set in roman hospital.

    http://youtu.be/iTprjxwjz8M – El Alamain.
    The story of italian army during the battle of El Alamain in WW2.

    http://youtu.be/Sh9FvvjE-Es – Fantozzi.
    It’s a classic of italian comedy.

    http://youtu.be/StrOGa4WgaQ – La scuola.
    ;)

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  2. Marianna

    So happy to stumble onto your site! Watched to great FREE movies on YouTube this weekend (Cado dalle Nubi and Benvunuti al Nord). I’ve bookmarked your site on both my home and work computers. Extremely excited about this post as I cant wait to watch more movies. Used to subscribe to NetFlix but they dont always have the latest and greatest available. Hoping you will continue to update this particular post.

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