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Laura Cotta Ramosino

Laura Cotta Ramosino has been working since 2005 as story editor for Rai Uno (the national Italian broadcaster). She has given lectures in the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Palermo and Milan and collaborates with the Master’s program in Production and Writing for TV and Cinema at the Catholic University of Milan. With Cristiano Dognini she is the author of “Tutto quello che sappiamo su Roma l’abbiamo imparato a Hollywood”, a book about the representation of ancient history in modern cinematography. She is a regular contributor for the annual publication “Scegliere un film” and for Italian websites such as www.sentieridelcinema.it andwww.familycinematv.it.



Concussion
19 May 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews, sport, whistleblowers
A David and Goliath story in which a US-Nigerian doctor defends his research against the might of the NFL.


Captain America: Civil War
17 May 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews, Marvel superheroes
A movie in which two opposing factions each has a plausible case.


Macbeth
11 Mar 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
An intense and poetic but also unsatisfying interpretation of this Shakespearean drama of murderous ambition.


Joy
6 Mar 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
An ode to the courage of everyday life - with a confusing story line.


The Good Dinosaur
8 Dec 2015 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews, Pixar
A coming of age story about loss, the essential role of fathers, and friendship.


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
26 Nov 2015 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews, The Hunger Games
The saga comes to a frustrating, unmemorable conclusion.


Spectre
9 Nov 2015 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
Entertaining but less compelling than the previous chapter.


Alone on the Red Planet
20 Oct 2015 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews, films, Mars, science, space travel
Ridley Scott has updated Robinson Crusoe in this tribute to science.


Hotel Transylvania 2
16 Oct 2015 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
Despite its horror setting, the film is a celebration of the family and mutual acceptance.


Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation
3 Sep 2015 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
The IMF goes on a literally breathtakingly dangerous mission.


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