Two Ninas (2000)

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After a long lonely period of involuntary celibacy, Marty Sachs decides that he has had enough of New York and wants to pack up and run the family business in Maine. Yet before he leaves, he meets two available, attractive women, both named Nina. Nina Cohen shares many of the same eccentric interests as Marty, but she has grow gun-shy from one too many bad relationships. Blonde bombshell Nina Harris literally knocks Marty off his feet in an ill-fated attempt at snagging a cab. Two Ninas was screened at the 1999 Boston Film Festival.
Rating:
R (adult situations)
Genre:
Comedy , Drama , Romance
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Studio:
Avalanche Entertainment

Cast

Ron Livingston
as Marty Sachs
Cara Buono
as Nina Cohen
Amanda Peet
as Nina Harris
Bray Poor
as Dave Trout
Linda Larkin
as Carrie Boxer
John Rothman
as Barry Litzer
Jill Hennessy
as Mike the Bartender
Fred Norris
as Eurotrash
Whitney Leigh
as Blow-Off Girl No. 1
Denise Doyle
as Blow-Off Girl No. 2
Amy Veltman
as Blow-Off Girl No. 5
Linette Strauss
as Blow-Off Girl No. 6
Mauro Maccione
as Nightmare Date Guy
Allison Furman
as Waitress
Neil Turitz
as Guy at Bar
Dave McGuire
as Mugger No. 1
Keith Young
as Mugger No. 2
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Critic Reviews for Two Ninas

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (4)

Film debut of writer-director Neil Turitz is a solid twentysomething romantic comedy. In covering well-trod territory, he manages a few twists...

Full Review… | April 27, 2005
Variety
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Full Review… | April 8, 2003
L.A. Weekly
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June 4, 2001
Rolling Stone
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April 17, 2001
New York Times
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Full Review… | February 21, 2001
Los Angeles Times
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July 3, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Two Ninas

Film debut of writer-director Neil Turitz is a solid twentysomething romantic comedy. In covering well-trod territory, he manages a few twists.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo
½

I like Ron Livingston, but this movie didn't really do him justice. For the most part, this movie was ok. For some reason, however, it was missing that little bit of "something" that makes it really good.

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer

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