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Moonstruck(1987)

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  • One of our favorite movies

    • Adrienne
    • 12/20/12

    We love this movie! New york, italian food and culture, Opera, great script, great cast and acting, wonderful funny script. We watch it many times a year and never tire of it. Romantic comedy at its best.

  • Moonstruck - precious

    • Heather
    • 5/7/12

    Perfect casting, perfect chemistry and endearing humor abound in this hearty glimpse of Italian family life. The life-altering scene: Loretta (Cher) goes to visit her fiance Johnny's brother to invite him to her upcoming wedding because there is some "bad blood" between the brothers and she wants it to be healed. This brother, Ronny, harbors enormous bitterness towards his brother Johnny, and a life altering accident that he blames on him. Ronny, a beautiful yet sweaty bread baker, is none other than Nicolas Cage and the chemistry between Cher and him heats up hotter than the bread ovens. Ronnie is powerful and tragic and she is not making progress with him. She asks if they could go somewhere else to talk, and they go to Ronny's apartment upstairs. While she cooks up a steak for Ronny, Loretta (Cher) learns and understands the true nature of the man before her, and what really happened. Her earthy viewpoint (a metaphor of a wolf caught in a trap) and the slap she administers across his face is a must see film classic.

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