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Under the Amalfi Sun

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Italian beach tale sequel has drinking and language.

Movie NR 2022 90 minutes
Under the Amalfi Sun

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Under the Amalfi Sun is shot like a happy music video-postcard sent from a beautiful Italian resort. The emphasis is less on sex than in the previous title in the franchise and more on love. And as in the earlier film, this ultimately promotes love over sex as well as fidelity over unfaithfulness, sensible things that kids partying on the beach probably aren't prioritizing in real life. The characters are mostly well-meaning and, when they falter, they're mostly able to correct mistakes and make appropriate apologies.

Plus, they are vacationing in a beautiful seaside Italian palazzo. None of this makes for an unusual cinematic experience, nor does it provide anything more substantial than an amusing, inoffensive 90 minutes, but there's nothing wrong with that.

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