A Chicago baker (V.Hudgens) is competing in a Christmas baking competition in Belgravia. There she bumps into the prince's fiancee. They look alike and switch for 2 days. "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."
Young adults Nikki Angioli and Leo Campo were staunch competitors and best friends growing up in the Little Italy neighborhood of Toronto. Their respective fathers, friends Sal Angioli and Vince Campo, ran Pizza Napoli, which made the best pizza in the neighborhood due to the combination of Nikki's paternal nona Franca Angioli's secret marinara sauce, and Leo's paternal nono Carlo Campo's secret thin crust pizza dough recipe. While Leo has stayed in Toronto working part-time at his father's pizzeria with the secret hopes of one day opening his own pizzeria, Nikki, who loved Leo while they were growing up, ran off to London five years ago hoping never to return to Toronto to get away from her past, which includes Leo himself, who she believes has turned into a ladies man solely trying to put notches in his bedpost, and Sal and Vince now in a feud of an unspecified nature following they winning best pizza in Little Italy several years ago, each subsequently having opened competing ...Written by
Although 10 months after its release pot was legalized in Canada, it would still be illegal to put in pizza sauce unless that sauce was sold in a government store. See more »
When Leo and Nikki return to Leo's to dry off after driving through hydrant spray, Nikki places a picture on the dresser face down while undressing. In subsequent scenes, it is back up again. See more »
There are some bloopers shown during the first part of the credits. See more »
I dont understand all the bad reviews, this movie it is what is: funny, cheesy, corny.. and what? Sometimes, we need to be reminded to what truly is life about: family, friendship, and specially love...
Wacht it having a pizzza!!!
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