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Table One (2000)

R | | Comedy
Four successful New Yorkers in their 40s open a restaurant together to meet women. Their plans hit a snag when they discover the money they received from their investors might be dirty.

Director:

Michael Bregman

Writer:

Michael Bregman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Chuck Zito ... The Cook
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amanda Aardsma ... Rowdy's Date
Henree Alyse ... Freddie's Date
Stephen Baldwin ... Jimmy
Rob Bartlett ... Jerry Claxton
Lillo Brancato ... Johnnie
John Cenatiempo ... Sal
Jaclyn Dietl ... Waitress
David Filippi David Filippi ... Extra #2
Will Fonseca ... Club Dancer
Kim Gelvin ... Grand Opening Guest, Restuarant customer at bar
Katie Grant ... Norman's Date
Ava Groves Ava Groves ... Bar Patron
Luis Guzmán ... Xavier
Mary Hammett Mary Hammett ... Holly (as Mary C. Hammett)
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Four successful New Yorkers in their 40s open a restaurant together to meet women. Their plans hit a snag when they discover the money they received from their investors might be dirty.

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Bo Dietl, one of the co-Producers of this film, is a former New York City Detective. Stephen Baldwin, one of the film's stars, portrayed him in One Tough Cop (1998), which had been filmed in New York City a couple of months prior to this film, which also takes place there. See more »

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Just Another Kiss
Written & Performed by Joe Lervold
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Mildly amusing sitcom
9 November 2002 | by =G=See all my reviews

"Table One" tells of bunch of guys who go partners in a trendy restaurant with the hope that it will help them connect with available women. The motley crew involves the usual diversity required for comic relief (a gay guy, a gangster guy, a sports guy, a wacky guy, a straight man, etc) while 95% of the run takes place in the restaurant with the story moving from one sitcom scene to another. Uninspired, ordinary fare which is busily relaxed in its approach to comedy, "Table One" has little to fault and little to praise. A reasonably pleasant couch potato diversion. (C+)


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Color:

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