Everybody Wants To Be Italian

Or more accurately, "Everybody Wants to be an Italian Stereotype:" Writer-director Jason Todd Ipson's romantic comedy is so awash in tired ethnic clichés that the story drowns. Jake Bianski (Jay Jablonski) owns and operates his late parents' North Boston fish store, though he delegates most of the day-to-day work to longtime employees Steve Bottino (John...read more

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Everybody Wants To Be Italian
Jake, a lovelorn fishmonger who has spent nearly a decade trying to win back his ex-girlfriend gets involved in a romantic case of mistaken ethnicity. (more…)
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  • Released: 2008
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Or more accurately, "Everybody Wants to be an Italian Stereotype:" Writer-director Jason Todd Ipson's romantic comedy is so awash in tired ethnic clichés that the story drowns. Jake Bianski (Jay Jablonski) owns and operates his late parents' North Bosto… (more)

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