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To Hell with Love (1998)

A man on a bad run of luck - he loses his job, his car, his girl friend, and a manuscript in a 48 hour period - has a complete life re-assessment with the help of his adulterous brother and... See full summary »

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Alan Rigatelli
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Nick Rigatelli
Kate Parselle ...
Sarah Franklin
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Andrew Rigatelli
Julie McKee ...
Maria
Natalie Williams ...
Julie
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Elizabeth Rigatelli
Natasha Nikolai ...
Valerie (as Natascha Nikolai)
Michael Moerman ...
Dad
Morry Flansbaum ...
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Leon Meyers ...
Alan's Boss
Brandi Fletcher ...
Jewelry Store Clerk
Bruno Campolo ...
Leon, Cab Office Guy
Dean Strand ...
Computer Repairman
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A man on a bad run of luck - he loses his job, his car, his girl friend, and a manuscript in a 48 hour period - has a complete life re-assessment with the help of his adulterous brother and an immature cousin. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Nick Rigatelli: You're acting like Joey Budcfucco. What's a matter with Joey Budafucco?
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Witty, charming, engaging, and approachable indie!!!
12 February 2005 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

I love finding indie films that are downright funny, with hilarious situational comedy, witty dialog, and engaging, charming acting. So many first-run films are just plain boring, and too many indie films are unapproachable and self-important (like an earlier post about this film: phew!). This film hit on all cylinders, from start to finish. I've recommended it to many others, and they've all agreed.

I see from other comments that this is Carl Kozak's first film. That explains why it relies on story, dialog, and acting, rather than eye candy and elaborate effects. It delivers the same feeling of satisfaction as watching a classic romantic comedy. I can't remember the last first-run movie that i liked as much.

And besides, you'll score points with your friends for finding such a obscure winner.

A great way to spend an evening. Best if viewed with people who like to laugh :-).


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