Mail Order Bride (2003)



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Actor/filmmaker Robert Capelli Jr., responsible for the 1999 bikini-infested film The Rules (For Men), teams up with film editor Jeffery Wolf to direct the so-called comedy Mail Order Bride. Danny Aiello stars in this film which tries to find humor in a story about the Russian and Italian Mafia involved in the business of human smuggling. Also starring Frank Gorshin (from the original Batman) and Vincent Pastore (from The Sopranos). Mail Order Bride premiered at the 2003 American Film Market.


Danny Aiello
as Tony Santini
Robert Capelli Jr.
as Anthony Santini
Frankie Bongiorno
as Willie the Whiner
Jackie Martling
as Jackie the Viking
Frank Gorshin
as Russian Doctor
Alexander Yakovlev
as No.1 Guy in Russian Mafia
Liza Zavarueva
as Nina's Sister
Alex Corrado
as Ernie the Biker
Michael Squicciarini
as Gina's Father
Alexander Lazarev
as Gambler No.1
Roman Madyanov
as Gambler No.3
Kirill Dvorski
as Russian Accountant
Igor Shafranov
as FBI Guy No.2
David Orifice
as Young Anthony
Charlie Saxton
as Young Tommy
Tony Ray Rossi
as How You Doing Guy No.1
Charles Sammarco
as How You Doing Guy No.2
Jeff Kovatch
as Manny the Mute
Chris Spina
as Louis the Leprechaun
Tom Patti
as Coach
Sergey Ruben
as Guard Guy No.1
Alexander Pashutin
as Taxi Driver
Irina Domninskaya
as Airport Ticket Window Clerk
Anthony Russo
as Anthony's Father
Margo Singaliese
as Anthony's Mother
Chris Labruno
as Police Officer
Corrado Allegretta
as Police Officer
Valentina Kvasova
as Russian Roulette Girl
Lika Ignatova
as Russian Roulette Girl
Igor Novoselov
as Russian Police Guy
Sergey Sholohov
as Russian Police Guy
Vladimir Starodub
as No.1 Guy in Russian Government
Konstantin Spaski
as No.1 Russian Mafia Guy's Driver
Evelina Bledans
as Dancer at End
Lyuba Tolkauna
as Dancer at End
Sergey Pinchuck
as Dancer at End
Anatoliy Vaysman
as Dancer at End
Andrey Merzukin
as Dancer at End
Victoria French
as Red Porsche Girl No.1
Francesca Buccellato
as Red Porsche Girl No.2
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Critic Reviews for Mail Order Bride

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (4)

This harmless nickels-and-kopecks comedy goes by the theory that if one Mafia is funny, two must be hilarious.

Nov 26, 2003

It took a committee of directors and scriptwriters to assemble this oafish farce, brimming with creaky jokes, frenzied overacting and 'madcap' moments such as an ineptly staged pie-in- the-face bar brawl.

Nov 21, 2003 | Rating: 0.5/4

If Mail Order Bride, a strained, incoherent farce, accomplishes anything positive, it will be to drive another nail into the coffin of that exhausted subgenre, the mob comedy.

Nov 20, 2003 | Rating: 1/5

The hapless goodfella-in- training is as unsuccessful at fulfilling his uncle's wishes as the star and co-director, Robert Capelli Jr., is at delivering punchlines.

Nov 18, 2003 | Full Review…

A caustic commentary on how men handle love.

Nov 13, 2004 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

This amateurish comedy features some amazing sequences shot in Moscow. But everything else about it is second rate.

Nov 21, 2003 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

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