Moonstruck is the one movie we can all agree on. It’s a double whammy of entertainment, working both the romantic comedy angle and the violent Nicolas Cage angle. When both angles collide? A real crowd pleaser. The love story of a widowed accountant and a maimed baker wouldn’t seem terribly compelling, but when woven with a heavy dose of classic Brooklyn style, we’re struck, too. — Amy Merrick
1. Vintage Ariane Poster, $595; 2. Bormioli Bottle, $16; 3. Vintage Birdcage, $250/estimate; 4. Wooden Hand, $28; 5. Linen Half Apron, $27; 6. Lyre Back Chair, 7. Almond Toe Pump, $32; 8. Charm Bracelet, $197; 9. Rib Eye Steak, $16/2; 10. Golden Pothos, $6
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Ronny Cammareri (also known as sweaty Nick Cage in a wife beater) has good taste, and not just in prospective lady friends. His apartment above his family’s Italian bakery is top notch for a working-class brute — opera on vinyl, vintage prints, pressed-tin tile, straightforward furniture and houseplants.
1. Types of Italian Bread, $21; 2. Floral Coverlet, $325; 3. Coliseum Etching, $25; 4. CK Knee Boots, $143; 5. New York Coffee Cup, $15; 6. Stained Glass Lamp, $99; 7. Opera Glasses, $22; 8. White Undershirts, $9; 9. Engagement Ring, $799; 10. Subway Token Cufflinks, $103