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Rated PG-13 · 100 min. · 2010

Comedy


In this comedy-drama that takes place in a small fishing community in the New York outer boroughs, Andy Garcia plays Vince Rizzo (Bronx enough for youse?), a corrections officer who takes in a parolee who happens to be his secret son from a decades-old teenage fling. Needless to say, this throws his home life into turmoil, especially as his daughter is home from college on spring break (or is she?) and his school-skipping son is trying to come to terms with his fat-girl fetish. As Vince's wife, Juliana Margulies is decent, and looks terrific. The fact that Margulies is aging so gracefully shouldn't take up so much of a viewer's attention, but there's so little else to notice in the rest of the film that it's hard to help it.


See our full review: <i>City Island</i> is an all-too-familiar destination

City Island is an all-too-familiar destination

City Island is a tolerably charming, modest effort from a polite writer-director. But it's also so limp and colored so tidily inside the lines of faux-indie narrative, we can't help but ask—Why bother? »

Official Site: www.cityislandmovie.com
Director: Raymond De Felitta
Writer: Raymond De Felitta
Cast: Alan Arkin, Steven Strait, Emily Mortimer, Andy Garcia, Julianna Margulies, Steven J. Klaszky, Sharon Angela, Chris Miskiewicz, Dominik GarcĂ­a-Lorido and George Aloi

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