Table One (2000)

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Four successful New Yorkers in their 40s open a restaurant together to meet women. Their plans hit a snag when they discover the money they received from their investors might be dirty.


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16 October 2000 | RBNY
7
| A light comedy easy to enjoy
I recently saw this movie at the Hamptons Film Festival and found it to be an enjoyable light comedy. There is no let down when you don't have any expectations. The cast play their parts well. I enjoyed Luis Guzman as Xavier, the narrator and host of the restaurant the film centers on and Micheal Rooker, the aging hockey player. The film focuses on four friends that are interested in meeting women. They are misfits in the New York City social scene and can't seem to pick up any women. They come up with the idea of opening a restaurant and with the help of a gangster get the funds to open it. After that it focuses on the guys and their continued stumblings. It is worth seeing; let's hope it gets picked up.

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USA

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