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Telling You (1998)

Two college graduates who find themselves stuck behind the counter of a pizza parlor while their friends move on struggle to find a new direction for their lives.

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Phil Fazzulo
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Howard Gurtler
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Steve Fagan
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John Foley
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Dennis Nolan
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Mr. P
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Deb Freidman
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Kristen Barrett
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Beth Taylor
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Sal Lombardo
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Susan
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Adam Ginesberg
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Cheryl Tangeray
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Allison Fazio (as Charlotte Lopez)
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Tommy Spahn
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Two college graduates who find themselves stuck behind the counter of a pizza parlor while their friends move on struggle to find a new direction for their lives.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for language and brief strong sexuality | See all certifications »
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7 August 1998 (USA)  »

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Love Sucks  »

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1.85 : 1
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The Denny Song
Written by Tom Romero
Performed by Tom Romero
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Allow the corniness to wash over you and you might just enjoy this film after all.
3 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

I caught this film on cable late last night. Admittedly I was desperate to find a film just to waste some time and while away the hours. Surprizingly though I found it really enjoyable. O.K., so it might be best to watch it between the ages of sixteen and twenty-four, although I, for one, look forward to the day when as a forty year old, I happen to be up late one night and find this film once again.

The sepia tinted, fuzziness of some scenes is just too corny to watch in comfort but stick it out and you'll probably enjoy this tale of regret and second-chances. The movie even alludes to literary value with its 'Ancient Mariner' motif; a valiant idea.

Perhaps this isn't the most glowing review. Circumstances dictated that I came across this purely at the right time but all the same, I know I'll remember this movie for a long time; a corny, yet seminal viewing, I'm telling you.


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