Grumpier Old Men (1995)
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Still yelling. Still fighting. Still ready for love.
|Turn the beloved bait shop into a chichi ristorante? This means war. With jack lemmon and walter matthau returning to wage it, it also means funny.|
Editor's NoteThis sequel to 1993's GRUMPY OLD MEN finds the crochety seniors still full of venom for each other, even when a gorgeous Italian woman moves in and threatens to turn their local bait store into a restaurant.
Cast & Crew
|Ann Morgan Guilbert|
|Howard Deutch - Director|
|Tak Fujimoto - Director of Photography|
|Alan Silvestri - Musical Score|
|John Davis, et al. - Producer|
|Mark Steven Johnson - Writer|
Plot SummaryThe hilarious, bickering neighbors from "Grumpy Old Men" return in this entertaining sequel. This time, John and Max team up to shut down a restaurant that's replaced their favorite bait shop. However, amid their scheming, Max manages to fall in love with Maria, who runs the eatery with her mother.| Meanwhile, the wedding between Max's son and John's daughter is called off, which causes the two elderly men to begin feuding once again.| Also returning for the sequel is John's father, a hilariously dirty old man who woos Maria's prudish mother.
|"I think I gave him bad advice. I told him to be himself." ---- John (JACK LEMMON), after Max (WALTER MATTHAU) goes out on a date.|
|"Come back to my place! I'll show you my canneloni!" ---- Grandpa (BURGESS MEREDITH) to Francesca, Maria's elderly mother (ANN GUILBERT).|