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

Disney exploits the loyalty of Star Wars fans in Solo
29 May 2018 | POPCORN |  
tags: Star Wars
Good, nice, but ho-hum: where has the magic gone?

Avengers: Infinity War
10 May 2018 | POPCORN |  
tags: Marvel Universe, super-heroes
Thank God for superheroes! Would the world survive without them?

The 2018 Oscar nominations: a diverse bunch
25 Jan 2018 | POPCORN |  
tags: Academy Awards, diversity, Hollywood
Will Hollywood controversies skew the results?

Thor: Ragnarok turns epic hero into court jester
20 Nov 2017 | POPCORN |  
tags: Marvel Comics, Thor
Kiwi director plays latest Thor film for laughs rather than continuity.

Wonder Woman
30 Jun 2017 | POPCORN |  
tags: dc, superheroes, wonder woman
The first real blockbuster with a female superhero protagonist.

Alone in Berlin: the heroism of quiet resistance
17 Mar 2017 | POPCORN |  
tags: conscience, conscientious objection, film reviews, Nazi
A deeply moving film about a Berlin couple who found their own way of protesting against the Nazis

Manchester by the Sea
7 Dec 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews, forgiveness
Real grief. Real pain. Real people. And the possibility of forgiveness.

Doctor Strange
25 Nov 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
Benedict Cumberbatch is well cast as an unusual Marvel character.

The Accountant
22 Nov 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: film reviews
'Beautiful Mind' meets action movie in an entertaining but cartoonish plot.

14 Nov 2016 | POPCORN |  
Denis Villeneuve’s latest sci-fi effort is intellectually and emotionally satisfying.

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