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A comical look at the lives of three grown men who still live with their mother. As a family they decide to open an Italian restaurant. They soon find the restaurant business a challenge full of surprises that create humorous situations. But the Valentinos stick together through all the ups and downs because they are family.
I had the misfortune of seeing this production and all I can say is, any positive review on here will be fake. The acting, camera work, non- stop laugh track etc were all hideous. Anyone involved should be ashamed of themselves, especially seeing real actors taking part. How and why Doris Roberts and Robert Loggia ever agreed to sully their names and legacy with garbage like this is a total mystery. One can only assume that they had no idea what they were signing up for and they were told it would be a professional production. It looks as though it was filmed through the bottom of a dirty glass. If there is a hell, this is what they show 24/7.
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