Love Is All There Is (1997)
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Aimed at an older audience this comedy from the writing/directing/acting team of Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor centers on two warring restaurant families in the Bronx who are forced to come together when their children fall in love. Avoiding the most obvious clichés of such a story, it deftly combines broad and subtle comedy with just enough sentiment to leave audiences with a sweet taste by the end. On one side of the war are Sadie and Mike Cappamezza to working class owners of a basic local diner. On the other side are the supposedly blue-blooded Count and Countess of Malacici who run a high class Italian joint. The two disparate couples have been feuding for years and matters only accelerate when Rosario Cappamezza falls in love with gentle Gina Malacici. Somehow the young lovers must try to survive the slings and arrows the parents lob at each other and at them. … More
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as Sadie Cappamezza
as Mike Cappamezza
as Countess Malacici
as Count Malacici
as Gina Malacici
as Rosario Cappamezza
as The Monsignor
as Dr. Rondino
as Miss Deluca
as Mrs. Rondino
as Joe Fasuli
as Mrs. Frederico
as Mr. Frederico
as Malacici Driver
as Woman Singer
as Italian Council
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Audience Reviews for Love Is All There Is
I could easily say this film's :Entertainment" was not all there.
"Jolie" dissapointed the masses.
This is one of my favorite films, but it is still not incomplete. Yes romeo and Julliet finally get their happily ever after and it is fun to watch, but it's still missing a few things, that you can easily overlook.
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