Am I being too onerous on poor Fabrizio? Maybe. Maybe there are die-hard Fabrizio followers on the market who had been crushed by Fabrizio being crushed. However I am not one in every of them, and it is all as a result of I can not get past that accent. Look, accent work is difficult, particularly if it is the kind of broad accent that may simply dip into stereotype territory. Sadly, Nucci’s accent does simply that. He does not sound like a man from Italy, he feels like a man doing a very dangerous Italian accent; the kind of accent a teen would do whereas putting a prank name to a flowery restaurant referred to as Nunzio’s.
“Titanic” is a protracted film, and it might’ve been even longer. There is a deleted scene the place our pal Fabrizio meets a woman on the ship and falls in love, however Cameron lower it, in all probability as a result of he realized that nobody wished to listen to Fabrizio proclaim “I-a love-a you!” with hearts in his eyes. Moreover, there’s already a love story on the heart of the movie, and Fabrizio principally takes a again seat as soon as Jack will get on the ship and begins falling for Kate Winslet’s snobby Rose DeWitt Bukater, a fan of big hats and high-quality artwork. Beautiful poor individual Jack and prim and correct wealthy lady Rose finally run into Fabrizio beneath decks, the place he is a part of an enormous multicultural dance celebration occurring amongst all of the third-class passengers. It is type of like the massive dance orgy from “The Matrix Reloaded,” however with extra bagpipes.
Any story in regards to the Titanic is a narrative of doom, and positive sufficient, the massive ass ship hits an enormous ass iceberg and begins to sink. Whereas first-class girls and youngsters flee into lifeboats, third-class passengers like Fabrizio get caught behind. And like his buddy Jack Dawson, Fabrizio will perish. However whereas Jack will get to show right into a human popsicle embracing the hand of his beloved, poor Fabrizio’s loss of life is way extra ignoble. Whereas making an attempt to swim to security, he is crushed by one of many smokestacks. And Cameron actually lingers on this man’s loss of life, too. We get a close-up of Fabrizio’s shocked, dumb face yelling “NOO!!!” because the smokestack falls proper on his head, thus ending that horrible accent as soon as and for all, until he took it with him into the afterlife. Come to consider it, “Titanic” ends with Jack and Rose reuniting on the ship with all of the ghosts of all of the individuals who perished, together with Fabrizio. That means Jack and Rose get to spend eternity listening to that accent, closely implying that they’ve each ended up in Hell.
Relaxation-a in-a peace, Fabrizio, you goon.
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