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Spaghetti & Matzo Balls (2005)

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Joshua / Joey Manischevitz
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Black Panther Bully
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Chaim Manischevitz
Alyssa Bowman ...
Victim #6
Andrew Deachman ...
Punk Bully
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School Prinicipal
Joey Bork Dugan ...
Samuel Moskowitz
Andrew Efstathiou ...
Merton Minion
Linda Eknoian ...
Vinnie's Widow
Anne Marie Fabiano ...
Mistress in Red
Audrey K. Farenga ...
Joey's girlfriend #3
Myron Feld ...
Uncle
Alexa Fleischman ...
Joey's girlfriend #2
Brenda Flynn ...
Mourner
Jim Flynn ...
Vinny's Goon
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Something's not kosher in the Manischevitz house!

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Loved it!
28 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was at the premiere screening at a packed house at the Regent Theatre in Arlington. The film started about 20 minutes late so that everyone had time to get seated.

Once the film began the laughs kept coming at a rapid fire pace. The film is reminiscent of other "over the top" comedies like "American Pie" and several Farrelly films. I'd like to see it again because I'm sure I missed some of the many jokes while I was still busy laughing.

I was particularly impressed with the production value of the film. It was shot in 35mm and had a terrific original score.

The film makers were rewarded with a standing ovation at the end of film.

I've heard that people will get a chance to see it again at Woods Hole Film Festival.


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