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Mail Order Bride (2003)

R | | Comedy | 31 October 2003 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Danny Aiello ... Tony Santini
Robert Capelli Jr. ... Anthony Santini
Ivana Milicevic ... Nina
Artie Lange ... Tommy
Slava Schoot ... Ivan
Vincent Pastore ... Tootie (as Vinnie Pastore)
Raymond Serra Raymond Serra ... Robber
Frank Bongiorno Frank Bongiorno ... Willie the Whiner (as Frankie Bongiorno)
Marilyn J. Papa ... Gina (as Marilyn Papa)
Jackie Martling ... Jackie the Viking
Steven Ogg ... Pavel
Aleksandr Yakovlev ... No. 1 Guy in Russian Mafia
Liza Zavaruyeva Liza Zavaruyeva ... Nina's Sister
Yuriy Dumchev ... Driver
Kamal Ahmed ... Buddha
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When Toni discovers several of his men have been scammed by a Russian mail-order bride who?s escaped back to Russia, he decides to send his troublesome nephew, Anthony Santini to bring back the girl and the money. Only, Anthony Santini can?t seem to get the mob thing right. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for language and some sexual content | See all certifications »
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Russian Job See more »

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Dolby SR

Color:

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Tries a little too hard for laughs.
1 May 2003 | by jaykay-1See all my reviews

The tagline: "Rule #1: Don't Trust Broads" says it all! This not-too smart, not-too funny comedy, seen at the 2003 American Film Market, is about a Russian mail-order bride who returns home with money stolen from her new American husband, a Mafia kingpin. The Family Don, played in his usual laid-back style by Danny Aiello, responds by dispatching his inept nephew (Robert Capelli, Jr. ) to retrieve the loot.

Capelli, who co-directs with Jeffrey Wolf, pursues stereotyping throughout but what came as a genuine surprise to me were the Russian locations. I thought I'd never see the day an American film company could stage a comedy car chase around the outer walls of the Kremlin. In a related scene, a couple are walking across Red Square and pause at the entrance of Lenin's Tomb. "Who's in there?," asks the American. His Russian companion replies: "The Devil" Vladimir Ilyich must be turning in his grave!


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