There’s supposed to be something for everyone in this mocking comedy about two Bronx-born Italian brothers, a gay Manhattanite, and the pathetic woman who owns the building that brings them all together. An off-off-Broadway play that ends up involving some of the characters in ways they didn’t anticipate is also part of this showcase for gags about breeders being uncomfortable with gays, and if spelling out stereotypes were inherently funny the movie would be a hoot. One character’s denseness about another’s sexuality—he thinks GWM in the roommate ad he answers stands for “guy with money”—is a thin premise, and the performances of lead actors Nick Scotti and Anthony Barrile may be too good for it; their conviction almost seems to slow the story’s pace and dampen its resolution. Written and directed by Tony Vitale.