This leaden, low-budget debut by writer-director Tony Vitale lacks wit, style and acting talent, creating a comedy as broad as it is unfunny. And as if poking fun at "Guidos" and queers weren't enough, the film even manages to make its one female character into a two-dimensional monster for the men to laugh at. Like Tony Richardson's The Mourner, there's something here to offend everyone, but at least that film was good.Reuse content
Tiresome story of macho Italian-American Frankie (Nick Scotti) who decides to escape the Bronx by answering a small ad for a GWM to share a Manhattan apartment. What's wanted is a Gay White Male rather than a Guy With Money, but rather than swaggering out of Warren's apartment, Frankie sticks around to have some threadbare fun with class and gender stereotypes.