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The Bread, My Sweet

Release Date: December 24th, 2002

PG-13|1 hr. 45 min.

Plot Summary
Brothers Dominic (Scott Baio), Eddie (Billy Mott) and Pino (Shuler Hensley) run a bakery together in Pittsburgh but don't spend much time together outside of that. When Bella (Rosemary Prinz), a lifelong family friend, is given only a few months to live, Dominic decides to pay one last tribute to the old woman by finding her estranged daughter and bringing her home. When he learns that Bella has been saving for a wedding for her daughter, who is not engaged, Dominic finds himself in a pickle.

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Genres: Comedy drama, Romance

ratings & reviews

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  • While the supporting players fall victim to their broadly conceived roles, Baio and Minter underplay charmingly, and actually manage to make us care about their characters despite their less than credible aspects. show more

  • Yes, the movie is corny, but no, it's not dumb. It's clever and insightful in the way it gets away with this story, which is almost a fable. show more

  • Exactly the sort of personalized, non-assembly line treat some audiences are always trying, in vain, to find. show more

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