When it was released in 1987, Moonstruck was a thing you watched because Cher was at the height of her second (or third even?) stardom, and her performance as a widow caught in a love triangle was so good she was rewarded with Oscar gold. But 30 years later, you watch because Olympia Dukakis is devouring scenes like cannoli and the sweetly batshit nature of young Nicolas Cage is only surpassed in craziness by director Norman Jewison asking you to accept Cher would find herself engaged to Danny Aiello in the first fuckin’ place.


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