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Big Night
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Big Night 1996

From Amazon: Critics tripped all over their big feet to praise Big Night, and in doing so performed a grave disservice to this fine little film. They fooled audiences into believing it was a "super movie" instead of a home movie buoyed by friends and family. Consequently, many viewers were disappointed. Big Night is an intimate look at the immigrant struggle to attain the American Dream, set in New Jersey in the 1950s. Its disproportionate success gave co-directors Stanley Tucci and Campbell Scott, who also star in the picture, the green light to follow up with a smug, unsuccessful second venture called The Imposters. Tucci wrote...

Directed By:
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Written By:
No image existsStanley Tucci
No image existsTony Shalhoub
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Ian HolmIan Holm
No image existsMinnie Driver
No image existsCampbell Scott
No image existsIsabella Rossellini
No image existsMarc Anthony
No image existsAllison Janney

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Big Night Movie Review by James (7/18/2006)

First off, I'm biased aboot this film. Tony Shaloub's character reminds me A LOT of my father. His mannerisms, the way he talks, even the mustache! My dad's a chef, and I kinda group up in whatever place he was working at's kitchen, so I know for a fact that this movie portrays chefs and the business truthfully. The...

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