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Lost in Yonkers (1993)

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Genres:
Comedy | Drama
Quality:
1080p
Resolution:
1920*1072
FrameRate:
23.976 fps
Size:
1.79 GB
Runtime:
114 min
Language:
English 2.0  
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MPR:
PG

IMDB Rating:
6.8
Downloaded:
718
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4
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0
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0
Directors: Martha Coolidge,


Movie Description:
In 1942 in the Bronx, Evelyn Kurnitz has just passed away following a lengthy illness. Her husband, Eddie Kurnitz, needs to take a job as a traveling salesman to pay off the medical bills incurred, and decides to ask his stern and straight talking mother, from who he is slightly estranged, if his two early-teen sons, Jay and Arty (who their Grandma call by their full given names, Yakob and Arthur), can live with her and their Aunt Bella Kurnitz in Yonkers. She reluctantly agrees after a threat by Bella. Despite their Grandma owning and operating a candy store, Jay and Arty don't like their new living situation as they're afraid of their Grandma, and find it difficult to relate to their crazy Aunt Bella, whose slow mental state is manifested by perpetual excitability and a short attention span, which outwardly comes across as a childlike demeanor. Into their collective lives returns one of Eddie and Bella's other siblings, Louie Kurnitz, a henchman for some gangsters. He is hiding out ...

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