Review: Two Family House (2000)

A sweet romance that veers just enough from the normal pat love story to make it feel real, probably because it’s based on a true story. Set in 1950s Staten Island, a blue-collar Italian encounters much resistance, and an unlikely romance, when he tries to live the American dream by opening his own business. Populated by many familiar faces from The Sopranos, including Michael Rispoli, who’s charming in the lead.  [****]

One thought on “Review: Two Family House (2000)

  1. My youngest has been locked in her room since I picked up our family copy of Harry Potter yesterday afternoon. Personally, I can’t wait to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory this evening–the original Willy Wonka is one of my favorite movies.

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