Another modern spin-off of Romeo & Juliet, this time about two families who each run rivaling pizza restaurants in New Jersey.

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Gina Prestolani
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Joe Montebello
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Vinnie Montebello
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Lou Prestolani
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Annette Prestolani
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Carlo Delrio
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Gloria Montebello
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Mary Prestolani
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Nicky Montebello
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Jean Paul Veber
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Father Spealo
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Tommy
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Antonio
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Two Italian families own competitive pizza restaurants and have had an ongoing family feud since long ago in the 'old country'. The son and daughter of each opposing family fall in love, but not without strong disapproval of their parents. Romeo and Juliet with a happy ending. It takes place in modern day Verona, New Jersey. Written by Anonymous

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24 July 2005 (USA)  »

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Pizza Wars  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title of the movie caused a legal conflict. There was already a pizzeria in Santa Cruz, CA trademarked "Pizza My Heart". The producers tried "Pizza My Heart, The Movie" That was already trademarked as well. This same pizzeria delivered rental videos with their pizzas. Apparently the conflict was resolved. See more »

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[Gina fell off a ladder and Carlo caught her]
Gina Prestolani: Thanks!
Carlo Delrio: Nice to know you're still falling for me.
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Referenced in Danville 2nd Ward Young Men: Santa Cruz 2014 (2014) See more »

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overall a good T.V made movie
24 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was not the worst movie of all time. It was a movie that at the end I wasn't sure whether I loved it or hated it. I have decided I loved it. It was a T.V movie so parts of it were cheesy but the plot was good, and it kept moving. It wasn't slow and most of the dialogue was clever. The acting was great. I think the actors portrayed the characters quite well. The downside to the movie was that it was very predictable. I didn't think it was necessarily a bad thing because it was a modern day Romeo and Juliet. There were some unexpected twists to the movie which kept it interesting and kept you guessing. Overall this was a great T.V-made movie.


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