Lost in Yonkers


Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 2


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December 26, 2019


David Strathairn as Danny Dunkelman
Mercedes Ruehl as Narrator
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1022.7 MB
23.976 fps
114 min
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114 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by magicinthenight 10 / 10 / 10

Most Underrated Film of All-Time

After a triumphant run on Broadway, the film adaptation of "Lost In Yonkers" was completely snubbed at all of the major film awards ceremonies. Neil Simon's classic is brilliantly written and the direction is so simple, yet very subtle. But what really makes the film work is the performances. Dreyfuss is no Kevin Spacey, but does what he can with the role. The two boys are played expertly by their respective actors. Irene Worth reprises her Tony-award winning role and I thank god for that. She is spectacular as the stern grandmother. But the stand-out here is Mercedes Ruehl. The woman delivers one of the most underrated performances in film history as Aunt Bella. She won a Tony, why no Oscar? Seriously, she is *that* good. Ruehl delivers such a magnificent performance as the slightly disturbed woman. She really should have two Oscars on her mantle. GRADE: A ACTING: A WRITING: A+ DIRECTING: B MVP: RUEHL

Reviewed by Texasguy 8 / 10 / 10

Touching, Poignant, Funny, and Well Executed

After watching this movie, I became interested in finding out about the young actor Brad Stoll who played the role of Jay. How sadenned I was to learn that he died of cancer. His talent was very promising, and it is tragic that his career was cut short at such a young age. Nonetheless, this film serves as a testimony to his fine ability, and I never tire of watching it. The performances are excellent across the board, and the story well written. I give it my highest recommendation.

Reviewed by GTWL4 8 / 10 / 10

Bad "Mom " - Good Movie

"Lost In Yonkers" was a nice blend of comedy and drama. Until watching it for the second time, I didn't even recognize Richard Dreyfuss to be the 'Uncle Louie' character, but I did know him by his voice. He played QUITE a character: An extremely stylish, offbeat criminal with a sense of humor. The main character, 'Bella', was 'slow', according to her domineering mother. She was a delightful young woman who was loved by her nephews, siblings, and all those who knew her. Bella was ready to have a life on her own--the problem being--her Mom. I really enjoyed this nostalgic, WWII era, movie. I recommend it to audiences of all ages.

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