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I don't know what to say here to describe how awful this film is. It is lower than awful. There needs to be a new word in the dictionary to describe how terrible it is. The people who say this is good are most likely involved in the movie in some way. Notice how the guy who liked it also gave 10 stars to another Mazzota bomb. Oh yeah, and he "happens" to be from the same area of NJ where Mazzota lives.
The movie opens with a five minute commercial for Tony Luke's cheese steaks, which (i'm guessing) was probably a major investor in this garbage. As further evidence that this may be the case, Tony Luke himself appears in the film, chopping and cooking his savory delights in his Philadelphia restaurant. The shots of him cooking are the high points of this movie.
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