Movies: Will Everyone Still Love Raymond?

Ray Romano is a TV star, but he wants to be a movie star. Or at least to worry about being one

For a guy who lived in his parents' basement until he was almost 30, Ray Romano is surprisingly ambitious. It's raining pretty hard, but Romano really wants to do well at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in two days, so he's going to finish all nine holes. Slowly. The closest he comes to saying something printable about his golf game in the two-hour, self-hatred-fueled, 21-over-par tour of Burbank's Lakeside Golf Club is--while blowing an easy putt--"Everybody sucks." If you, like much of America, enjoy seeing Romano beleaguered by his parents, wife and kids on his TV show, you should see...

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