Critic Consensus: Loro uses the larger-than-life exploits of an infamous public figure to present a messily compelling snapshot of how power attracts -- and corrupts.
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This sometimes beguiling but more often strangely engineered movie continues, stretching its increasingly muddy soup of gleaming nastiness and gaudy power plays until even the central portrait of the man himself is more cartoonish than corrosive.
For all of Sorrentino's prodigious gifts as a scenarist, "Loro" is a disturbing movie, for all the wrong reasons and, despite its self-consciously arty pretensions, a breathtakingly callow one.
Sorrentino's stylish but overloaded satire is less sober narrative than drunken tone poem - a buzzing, throbbing attempt to simulate the experience of living in Berlusconi-world.
That up-close mystery, the endless, aggressive, triumphal flaunting of one's own emptiness, seems to hold an enduring fascination for Sorrentino, and that's the strength of the film, as well as its weakness, at least as a political work.
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