Critic Consensus: Led by energetic performances from Nicolas Cage and Cher, Moonstruck is an exuberantly funny tribute to love and one of the decade's most appealing comedies.
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as Loretta Castorini
as Ronny Cammareri
as Rose Castorini
as Cosmo Castorini
as Johnny Cammareri
as Rita Cappomaggi
as Raymond Cappomaggi
as Old Man
as Shy Waiter
as Parking Attendant
as Cab Driver
as Old Woman
as Customer at Bakery
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Critic Reviews for Moonstruck
Here, at last, is the kind of warm adult comedy that often eludes Hollywood an offbeat exploration of family, fidelity and the foibles of the human heart.
This is a movie that makes you want to sing "Boheme" and walk in the moonlight and move to Brooklyn.
You will not easily forget this incredibly robust family.
An American movie with foreign-film sensibilities, Moonstruck's depths come from their perfect balance of writing and direction.
It isn't great art -- it`s too closely concentrated on immediate emotional effect for that -- but it is highly sophisticated craftsmanship.
Audience Reviews for Moonstruck
Nicholas Cage is completely miscast as Ronny and his chemistry with Cher is nonexistent, while the movie's script doesn't have that much substance to match its charm and generally effective sense of humor; even so, this romantic comedy makes for an amusing pastime.
Good movie about a realistic family, although I'm surprised that both Cher and Olympia Dukakis won Academy awards.
Rose: Do you love him, Loretta? Loretta Castorini: Aw, ma, I love him awful. Rose: Oh, God, that's too bad.
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