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Plot: In the Middle Ages, a young servant fleeing from his master takes refuge at a convent full of emotionally unstable nuns. Introduced as a deaf mute man, he must fight to hold his cover as the nuns try to resist temptation. Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 30 Jun 2017
Not Everyone's Cup of Tea- But Great If It Is! (by gomeza-57174)
I was able to see the Little Hours at Sundance and loved it. I will be going to see it again when it has its official release. This film is very loosely based on the Decameron by Baccaccio, a collection of 100 short stories written in the mid 1300's. With an amazing cast of comedy talent, great chemistry between all the cast members, spectacular cinematography of the Italian countryside, and a great score, it is something unique to behold. The story centers around three bored, foul-mouthed nuns Alessandra Brie , Fernanda Plaza , and Genevra Micucci and their crazy antics. Early on in <more>
the film, Massetto Franco finds refuge in the convent as a deaf-mute and sparks some some hilarious and sexy interactions with the nuns. After the first screening I noticed there were others that loved it, and many who were like "What the hell did I just watch? This is one of those movies that is not for everyone, and the cast and director made sure people knew this. Everyone seemed to have had a hell of a lot of fun making it- and it really shows in the interactions in the film. If you're not easily offended, love quirky, raunchy humor, and love to have a good time, then this film may be for you.
I really enjoyed watching this movie. Great cast! The chemistry is so good, definitely a new comedy classic. The pace is perfect and keep me laughing throughout the whole movie. Great location and a beautiful treatment. I would love to see more stuff like this in the future.
Loved it. (by kjshirrell-663-481888)
Very smart, and quite funny. The characters are perfectly played by all. Will have to read the Decameron now.
I'm sure most practicing traditional Catholics will not like it, but I absolutely loved it! (by Hellmant)
'THE LITTLE HOURS': Four and a Half Stars Out of Five A period comedy about a convent full of sexually deprived nuns, that begin experimenting for the first time when a runaway slave takes refuge at the convent. The film is based on the first and second stories in 'The Decameron', a collection of novellas published in 1886 written by Giovanni Boccaccio. The movie was written and directed by Jeff Baena; who's helmed other indie comedies like 2014's 'LIFE AFTER BETH' and 2016's 'JOSHY' both also featuring Aubrey Plaza . The film stars Aubrey <more>
Plaza who also served as a producer for the film , Alison Brie, Kate Micucci, Dave Franco, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon, Fred Armisen, Nick Offerman and Paul Reiser. It's received mostly positive reviews from critics, and a limited indie theatrical release at the Box Office. I think it's a hilarious movie! Alessandra Brie , Fernanda Plaza and Ginerva Micucci are three young nuns that are extremely unhappy with their convent life; and they all obviously have much deeper desires. They're so unhappy that they constantly harass men that work at the convent. After an employee Paul Weitz quits, due to their constant harassment, a runaway slave, named Massetto Franco , takes his place; at the suggestion of Father Tommasso Reilly . Massetto also pretends to be deaf and blind, also due to the priest's suggestion, and the young nuns decide to take advantage of him, in order to explore their sexuality.Growing up Catholic, I'm always fascinated with movies that deal with religion and spirituality . This is a very dark, and quite crude, sex comedy; that I'm sure most practicing traditional Catholics would not enjoy. I found it to be hilarious though. It's honestly laugh-out- loud funny for almost it's entire running length, and there's never a bad joke in my opinion . The cast is all fantastic in their roles, and the subject matter is very interesting and also quite timely for almost anyone even if you've never been to church . It's almost a 5 star movie for me, but not quite. I highly recommend it though.Watch an episode of our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: https://youtu.be/8sMDCYeQGPU
Screwball comedy in Medieval Costume but Contemporary Language. LOTS of NUNS who are HORNY!!! (by gonzostick-55211)
Jeff Baena succeeds in doing a screwball comedy, based on material from "THE DECAMERON". Nuns in a medieval nunnery go after a stable boy/gardener, hiding from his Lord, where he shtupped the Lord's wife.. This movie will make heads explode for Catholics, but I don't drink the Kool-aid, so who cares??? Some very funny shtick and goofy antics, but this film is not for anyone who is sexually constipated.For the ultimate horny nun movie, see Ken Russell's "THE DEVILS". This one is great, relaxing fun!!!
Nice, light-hearted and unusual. (by abcdfgh)
The movie looks pretty every way, doesn't take itself seriously at all. Just fun. I never laughed but had a smirk on my face the whole time.Btw, people who give 1 star with a message like "avoid cuz it sucks so much" - that's just a lame way to try sticking their personal tastes into everyone's throat. I've found that if most people give a movie extremely high and low scores, then it's usually unusual and often worth a watch. So, it's not a real issue and even helps to find peculiar fun movies. And this one is a perfect example of this: My 9 stars is to say <more>
Irreverent and hilarious medieval comedy romp (by Red-Barracuda)
In medieval Italy, a young man takes refuge in a convent after fleeing from his master who wishes him dead after he is caught sleeping with his wife.Now, this was something a bit different to the norm that's for sure! There really isn't a surfeit of medieval comedies about sweary nuns, so this one is in pretty unfarmed territory in a lot of ways. While the unique set-up is definitely in the films favour, what elevates it so much more is the fact that it is that even rarer beast, a modern cinematic comedy that actually has plenty of laughs. The principal reason for this is a great <more>
ensemble cast who all do very good work. John C. Reilly is great as Father Tommasso who gets bevvied nightly on the holy wine, Fred Armisen is very funny as Bishop Bartolomeo who pitches up later only to be aghast at the carry on going on at the nunnery and Nick Offerman is hilarious as the obnoxious Lord Bruno, a man who sports an impressive medieval mullet haircut. But best of all are the trio of nuns, played by Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, and Kate Micucci. All three actresses put in excellent comic performances in wild portrayals of medieval nuns played like modern day city girls. They swear like troopers, throw turnips at the local handyman and seek sex at every given opportunity, culminating with a night-time witch's ceremony. Seemingly this nonsense is based on The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio, although I am sure many liberties must have been taken with the original text. It looks beautiful though with great location cinematography in Tuscany, while it also has a great soundtrack to top it off.As the old saying goes, this one certainly is not for everyone. Its combination of religion with utterly irreverent humour will rub people up the wrong way for sure, while its bawdy nature will put others off. I personally thought it was a really good laugh though. A comedy film coming at us from a unique perspective. If you are on the look-out for something a different and b funny then this could be just the ticket.
Bless Me Father for I laughed,. Hard! (by lukeshulver)
If you are someone who delights in a parody of religion and piety then this will tickle your pink bits. Laugh out loud moments. A delightful surprise.
An unconventional comedy . . . (by jryu-20952)
EVERYONE in this movie has is repressing their 'dressed roles' and desires an alternate life. Little Hours is more than the antics of foul mouthed nun trio. It is a modern comedy set in 13th century. And what a refreshing modern comedy it is.The charm of the humour in the movie is that the situations everyone find themselves in. The comedy is less about what is actually being said but the extreme hypocrisy of what we preach against our true desires. Events mostly take place at a convent but religion is never the central message. Little Hours rather exposes crudity of humanity under <more>
the neat veils & robes.None of the acting is really Oscar worthy; they appear almost amateur-like and that is part of the charm. Music in simple and un-intrusive. Story is straight forward but contains pleasant surprises.Little Hours is not, and probably not intended to be, for general audience. If you like Lost in Translation, Life Aquatic, Nacho Libre, etc., you will love this movie. If you are offended by the religious contents or lack thereof in this movie, I recommend watching 'Spotlight' first.