Kiss Me, Guido

Yes, Tony Vitale's debut feature is clumsy and amateurish. But it's also occasionally quite charming, and ultimately more commendable for what it isn't than worthy of censure for being nothing more than an inconsequential comedy. Like SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER's Tony Manero (the role model of "Guidos" everywhere), 24-year-old aspiring actor Frankie (Nick Scotti),...read more

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Question: I was a fan of Lost in Space, but was an even bigger fan of Zorro, who was played by LiS's Guy Williams. One thing I always wondered, though. Since he had a mask on, was that really him with the sword? Answer: That it was, Jeff. Matter of f… Read more

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  • Released: 1997
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Yes, Tony Vitale's debut feature is clumsy and amateurish. But it's also occasionally quite charming, and ultimately more commendable for what it isn't than worthy of censure for being nothing more than an inconsequential comedy. Like SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER'… (more)

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