As mentioned before I saw the movie Gomorra tonight and while I liked it quite a lot I still left the cinema somewhat underwhelmed. I initially couldn't pinpoint exactly why but for some reason I had expected more.
Maybe because the book by Roberto Saviano that the movie is based on was hyped a bit in the recent past. Also I had read a very interesting articles about Naples and the influence of the Camorra on life there in the excellent German magazine Geo the other week. So in terms of the actual situation nothing was really new to me even though the portrayal of the various characters influenced by the Camorra and their urban-slum environment was really well done.
But then I found the perfect comment about this movie and this one sentence really manages to hit the nail on the head:
With everything into consideration, film is too well choreographed that it becomes as intimidating as the organization that it exposes.
I really got nothing to add to that!