This witless farce about racial intolerance and family ties, made in 1999 but unreleased until 2005, dredges up so may hoary Italian-American stereotypes that it's hard to believe brothers Vincent and Mike Pagano — first-time filmmakers who between them cowrote, coproduced and costarred — are themselves of Italian extraction. Struggling Sicilian-American actor Anthony Gelati (Vincent Pagano) never got around to telling his noisy, interfering family that his girlfriend, paralegal Alissa (Victoria Rowell, of TV's Diagnosis Murder
and The Young and the Restless
), is black. But there's no keeping the secret when Grandpa dies and he has to hop a plane from L...