Dinner Rush Movie Review 2000

Information and Film Reviews for Dinner Rush the Movie

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Louis, owner of a trendy Manhattan restaurant and operator of a bookmaking enterprise, must deal with various problems and people from both of his occupations in one hectic night. His son, Udo has transformed the restaurant from a simple Italian place with his pursuit of nouvelle cuisine fame, two mob guys are trying to muscle him out of the bookie business (having already killed his partner), a snooty gallery owner is hassling his staff, his sous-chef is piling up gambling debts, and a powerful food critic just walked in the door. Although pic is overstuffed, Giraldi's deft direction, and excellent performances (especially Aiello's) make for a satisfying treat. Successful restauranteur Giraldi filmed in one of his own eateries.

Distribution

New Line Home Video, 116 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048, Phone: (310)854-5811, Fax: (310)854-1824, URL: http://www.newline.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 98 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Bar & Grill, New York, New York, Organized Crime, Gambling, Dads, Revenge, Hit Men/Women, Edibles
Screenplay
Brian Kalata, Rick Shaughnessy
Cast
Danny Aiello, Edoardo Ballerini, Vivian Wu, Mike McGlone, Kirk Acevedo, Sandra Bernhard, Summer Phoenix, Polly Draper, Mark Margolis, John Corbett, Alex Corrado
Cinematography
Tim Ives
Director
Bob Giraldi
Music
Alexander Lasarenko
Other
Gautam K. Choudhury, Allyson C. Johnson, Constance Parlounis, Andrew Barnard
Producer
Lou DiGiaimo, Patti Greaney, Access Motion Picture Group

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