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Somewhere in Queens


Comedy / Drama

Plot summary

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Sebastian Maniscalco Photo
Sebastian Maniscalco as Frank Russo
Laurie Metcalf Photo
Laurie Metcalf as Angela
Sadie Stanley Photo
Sadie Stanley as Dani Brooks
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979.35 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 51 / 339
1.96 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 124 / 608
1.78 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bostonct9 / 10

A Lot of Real in This Movie

All of the other reviews have touched upon just how funny, touching and well acted this movie is. I would like to further add that the characters, family chemistry and the timing of the dialogue was outstanding. It rivals Moonstruck with its situational comedy, and it occasionally exceeds it. The real deal for me were the depth of the family secrets, how they bubbled to the surface and the pain/hurt that can be inflicted. It was raw and painful. Frankly, I couldn't see how they could overcome it. However, this movie really shines when it shows the strength of the family, how they overcome it and actual grow from it. I can't say anything more without giving away something so I would strongly encourage you to see it for yourself.

Reviewed by mtrapp-380349 / 10

Absolutely fantastic

People say this is one of the worst eras of filmmaking. Movies like this prove to me that simply isn't true. We are in what I would consider in what I would consider a golden age of "coming of age" films. Movies like Coda, Lady Bird, Wildflower, and Eighth Grade were excellent at capturing the human adolescent condition in the 21st century. Somewhere in Queens continues that trend while bringing something completely unique and fresh to the genre. Romano has taken some interesting roles in the past few years - movies like The Big Sick, The Irishman, and Paddleton really showed his range as an actor. He's just as good in this as anything he's done, and also showed his chops as a director. I really can't wait to see where his career goes next.

Reviewed by cubsfan-48 / 10

Family Can Be Messy

Is this the most fun movie you'll ever see? No. Is it the most comedic roles for Ray Romano and Laurie Metcalf? Not even close. Somewhere in Queens is, however, a different approach to showing just how deep family love can go. Right or wrong, funny, sad...real genuine love for family is a gift, and that is the true message here.

Somewhere in Queens is well-written, well-acted, and leaves you thinking about the several storylines days after seeing it. Family dynamics are always thought provoking, yes?!

To me, Sadie Stanley (a doppelgänger to Julia Stiles in 10 Things I Hate About You) is the standout here. Forget about her character Dani being the most grounded of all in the film, I found myself looking forward to her appearing on the screen. You're never really sure what Dani is going to say, but it's always with tons of heart.

This film is worth your time.

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