Allegro non Troppo
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Allegro non Troppo

1977
Comedy
Fantasy
1h 15m
An enthusiastic filmmaker thinks he's come up with a totally original idea: animation set to classical music (imdb)
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Allegro non Troppo

1977
Comedy
Fantasy
1h 15m
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Avg Percentile 59.35% from 151 total ratings

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Rated 29 Jan 2007
70
37th
Allegro non Troppo is a darker kind of Fantasia. The animations are less fanciful and more adult-oriented. The music is more intense, but it's not any better than Fantasia's collection. It's basically a grown-up version of the Disney classic. Meh!
Rated 11 Aug 2007
70
54th
A parody of FANTASIA with a lot of guts and a lively style; but falls short on technique -- after all, Bozetto did not have the kind of money to throw at it that Disney had to create the original.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
87
59th
Very psychedelic in the cartoons, but the live action shots are seriously lacking and take away from the mood of the animation.
Rated 13 Jan 2009
9
97th
Loved the animation, couldn't wait for the segues to end.
Rated 05 May 2009
65
41st
It's an odd duck. The segment featuring Ravel's Bolero is a genuine masterpiece. However, the Vivaldi and especially the Debussy have an unpleasant psychedelic flavor that is just getting cornier and mustier every day (see also: Wizards, Strawberry Shortcake). The Sibelius is very sad and beautiful, but the abrupt end followed by slapstick comedy ruins its effect. The Stravinsky presents some interesting concepts but just doesn't feel like an ending or finale.
Rated 26 May 2009
79
61st
A really fun take-off on Fantasia. The animation is creative (and also quite raunchy at times) and the musical selections are more interesting than the Disney film. Definitely worth checking out if you're interested.
Rated 26 Aug 2009
60
54th
Fantasia with caffeine and less sugar. Not as well animated though.
Rated 12 Sep 2011
70
51st
The animated sections are a mixed bag, but I generally enjoyed the live action parts.
Rated 30 May 2012
8
75th
Save for the ape bit, the live action segments are pretty unfunny. Starts out a bit slow, but once the second half hits it's wonderful. Loved the ending.
Rated 25 Aug 2012
68
20th
Rather than a Fantasia parody it's more of a different take on the same idea. Some of the humour is good, but it gets to feeling like filler between the sparse animated sequences. Some of those are great, but others are a drag, making the whole film very inconsistent.
Rated 25 Apr 2019
85
86th
A grittier Fantasia with much more touching pieces and a variety of animation styles. Some segments are better than others but Valse Triste, Bolero, and Slavonic Dance are the gems.
Rated 27 Jun 2020
75
59th
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