Little Italy

Little Italy

DVD - 2018 | Widescreen version
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A sizzling comedy about two lifelong friends whose romance is threatened by their parents' rival pizzerias.
Publisher: [Santa Monica, California] : Lionsgate, [2018]
Edition: Widescreen version
Branch Call Number: DVD L COMEDY
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 101 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
digital,optical,surround,Dolby Digital 5.1
laser optical,NTSC
video file,DVD video,region 1
Alternative Title: Little Italy (Motion picture)
ISBN: 9786317505032


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Mystic Pizza meets Romeo and Juliet. This cute romantic comedy is set among two rival families and their pizzerias.

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LoganLib_Ashlee Jan 02, 2020

Little Italy was colourful and charming, and gave me a real sense of the local ambience in what I'm guessing is Toronto. I loved everything about this movie. Funny throughout, and I loved the cross cultural addition with the Indian characters, who I thought were hilarious and endearing.

Jul 10, 2019

Lighthearted, romantic comedy! Too syrupy for my taste! Some good scenes, but mostly reads like a fairy-tale!

Apr 07, 2019

People are way to critical and who knows that they think is high brow humor. It was funny, yes it is at the same level of humor as Kim’s Convenience, so what? Very Canadian and very silly and a feel good film. No different in silliness than Big Fat Greek Wedding.

Feb 25, 2019

What an amateurish movie and a waste of my time. It included every offensive Italian immigrant cliché you can think of. It's right up there with Kim's Convenience for cheezy low-ball Canadian screenwriting. Are we supposed to pretend it's good just because it's a Canadian movie? Don't waste your time on this one.
I just gotta say one thing.... badda-bing, badda-boom.

Jan 17, 2019


Dec 19, 2018

This movie is terrible. All the worst stereotypes about Italians. If this 'Little Italy" is set in Canada (a good thing), why does everyone have NY accents? Andrea Martin gets to repurpose her fake Greek accent into a fake Italian accent. Requisite scene of lovers' stroll through a festival feeding each other cannolis. (Emma Roberts: "stupido" has the accent on the first syllable. Were you not present when the actress playing the younger you said it correctly?) Do yourself a favor and pass this one up.


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