|Formats:||PG DVD, TBC Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Nicolas Cage, Danny Aiello, Cher, John Mahoney, Vincent Gardenia|
|Collections:||Award Winners & Nominees|
|Run time:||2 hours 42 minutes|
|Rental release:||24 Apr 2000|
|Dubbed:||German, French, Spanish, Italian|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English, German|
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Romance schlomance!By a customer from Isle of Man , 03 Jun 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Although the plot is fairly predictable and a bit thin in places there are some nice touches in this rom-com. Worth watching.
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That's amore, do bee do bee doo etc..By Vito2 (12 reviews) , 31 Oct 2013I watch this every couple of years and think I enjoy it more each time. Cher is such an engaging screen presence that those of us who grew up in the 80s have to block out the leather chaps and black fishnet dresses and focus on her acting chops. Nic Cage is the right side of ironic and Olympia Dukakis, as ever, steals the show. It's fun, joyful, simple stuff and every time I hear Dean Martin's dulcet tones crooning 'When the moon hits your eye...etc' I think of this and smile. And want to watch it again.
A don't miss classic...By Pepelu (4 reviews) from London , 18 Aug 2012It brings me to my childhood, but you can't miss her... She is just... CHER... Really reflects the beginning of the 90's with a clear point of view...
Id like to say I enjoyed it.....but I didntBy lele_poco (46 reviews) from Croydon , 31 Aug 2011I was really expecting Cher to be as camp and sassy as ever- but instead she played a dispirited, plain Italian-American woman with a dreary life and wardrobe. I wouldnt know this was Cher and maybe thats why she won the oscar- a total transformation in character. It says this is a screwball comedy- I wish this were true. It was ok
DUMBSTRUCK LUNACYBy a customer from TUNBRIDGE WELLS, ENGLAND , 18 Nov 2010Sophisticated and subtle romantic comedy that is also a paean to the theory and practice of the family. The plotting and characterization are slight but the performances are all funny and the sense of a functional community powerful. No matter how oddly ones own family behaves they are the source of ones sense of identity and are to be treasured if only for that. A Woody Allen movie but with much less neurosis.
Moonstruck (1987)By a customer from London, England , 14 Sep 2010Although the plot is fairly predictable and a bit thin in places there are some nice touches in this rom-com. Worth watching.