Audio Film Review: King Ray Romano in ‘Somewhere in Queens’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of audio film review for the new film release “Somewhere in Queens,” featuring Ray Romano as lead actor, co-writer and director, also featuring Laurie Metcalfe. In theaters on April 21st. Oscarman rating: 4.0/5.0
Rating: 4.0/5.0

Ray Romano is Leo Russo, part of a family of construction workers with his father (Tony Lo Bianco) and younger brother (Sebastian Maniscalco). Leo is excited because his son, nicknamed Sticks (Jacob Ward), is coming of age as a high school basketball player his Senior Year, and could get a college scholarship. Leo’s wife and Sticks mother Angela (Laurie Metcalfe) is more skeptical about her son’s prospects, especially as he starts dating Danielle (Sadie Stanley).

”Somewhere in Queens” opens in theaters April 21st. Featuring Ray Romano, Laurie Metcalfe, Tony Lo Bianco, Sebastian Maniscalco, Jacob Ward and Sadie Stanley. Written by Ray Romano and Mark Stegemann. Directed by Ray Romano. Rated “R”.

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