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Old 03-26-2015, 12:49 PM
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Eric has reviewed 'Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell'. He had a blast watching this movie. He says this is a fun throwback comedy that never bores. Recommended.

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"The three dads show up, and convince "their" daughter to finish her education and make something of herself. There are excellent moments where each "Dad" contributes a unique moment with Gia. The three wives are also present, initially looking to tear the hide off their spouses, but now observing and lending their support for Gia. All three American families end up laughing off the whole matter, making up, and returning home. Carla and Vittorio, in the last scene of the movie, end up getting back together; they just can't quit each other."

Hmmm...never seen this movie but looks like something I'd really enjoy. Did this paragraph just spoil the entire thing, or was the plot and ending a foregone conclusion and the "ride" of the movie worth it regardless?
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"The three dads show up, and convince "their" daughter to finish her education and make something of herself. There are excellent moments where each "Dad" contributes a unique moment with Gia. The three wives are also present, initially looking to tear the hide off their spouses, but now observing and lending their support for Gia. All three American families end up laughing off the whole matter, making up, and returning home. Carla and Vittorio, in the last scene of the movie, end up getting back together; they just can't quit each other."

Hmmm...never seen this movie but looks like something I'd really enjoy. Did this paragraph just spoil the entire thing, or was the plot and ending a foregone conclusion and the "ride" of the movie worth it regardless?
Kinda seems like he spoiled it. I don't think much of reviews that just recap the plot.

Mamma Mia! was based off this.
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