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Angels in heaven
Love Is All There Is, 1996

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Release date: 1996.10.11
CAST: Lainie Kazan, Joseph Bologna, Barbara Carrera, Renee Taylor, Angelina Jolie as Gina Malacici, William Hickey, Dick Van Patten, Abe Vigoda, Connie Stevens, Paul Sorvino

PLOT: There are bad feelings between two Italian families who run competing Italian restaurants in the Bronx, and those relations don't improve when one family's son (Nathaniel Marston) and the other's daughter ("Hackers'" Angelina Jolie) fall in love during a production of the Shakespeare classic. Unwisely, Bologna and Taylor keep the focus of attention on the disputing adults (Bologna happens to play one of them, while Taylor portrays a goofy psychic) and away from the romantic couple. Lots of lame humor and uncomic contention ensue as the acting corps make sure never to let slip a chance to overplay their parts, making their turns as big and bangly as the bad jewelry and neo-'70s attire the women and men sport here. A closing sign of trouble: Though bearing a 1996 copyright at its end, the film has opening credits boast it "introduces" Angelina Jolie, who now has two major screen credits on her c.v. A strange film to be coming from art-houser Goldwyn, "Love Is All There Is" might prove a fitfully pleasant diversion for undemanding senior citizens and the Lawrence Welk crowd.

MISCELLANEOUS INFO: Director: Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor. Writer: Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor. Filming Location: City Island, Bronx, New York, USA