How to Murder Your Wife

How to Murder Your Wife

Stanley Ford leads an idyllic bachelor life. He is a nationally syndicated cartoonist whose Bash Brannigan series provides him with a luxury townhouse and a full-time valet, Charles. When he wakes up the morning after the night before - he had attended a friend's stag party - he finds that he is married to the very beautiful woman who popped out of the cake - and who doesn't speak a word of English. Despite his initial protestations, he comes to like married life and even changes his cartoon character from a super spy to a somewhat harried husband.

A man who has set up the perfect lifestyle for himself makes the mistake of marrying while drunk... and his fantasies of murder are used against him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


How to Murder Your Wife torrent reviews

Endel V (ca) wrote: I'll be crying for a week...bye

Craig T (it) wrote: Confident, careful storytelling clear in intention. If the writers of "The Walking Dead" haven't seen it, they should.

Musharraf A (es) wrote: I just cant add any comments here.....might end up ruining the whole msg i received...i hope the message can go across divisions... There aren't too many better movies coming out of India than this....for sure....

Nicky N (nl) wrote: This Sucked.This Was Too Short And Terrible Movie.D

Matt B (jp) wrote: There really is no point to this movie. Watched when I did not have anything else to do.

Freddie F (us) wrote: Bertolucci with yet another masterpiece! This 5+ hour epic is a stunning examination of the bond between two people and they way life comes to separate and divide their connection. The cinematography is gorgeous, perfectly evocative and metaphorically suggestive. In typical Bertolucci fashion the lighting is beautiful and poses metaphors as well. I find it difficult to decide whether I prefer this or "The Conformist", but regardless, both films are absolute masterworks.

James A (it) wrote: John Hurt's accent is terrible.

Tracey c (kr) wrote: Indian and soldiers ended up being freinds..thanks to Susannah Sheldon (PLAYED BY)>>(Shirley Temple)

Ian G (br) wrote: The events depicted looked over the top, and I was grumbling about the lack of 1930's subtlety while watching the film, which was actually quite good. Doing some research afterwards, the film proved to have been remarkably accurate, with the Black Legion being a violent offshoot from the 'moderate' KKK, and the cheesy rituals being almost word-for-word..

James R (mx) wrote: Probably 3 stars for nostalgia factor alone. I feel like everyone thats the ages of 25 or older has seen this movie multiple times. I recently revisited it after the recently re-release of the sneakers and especially since my niece had never seen it. Space Jam is a super corny movie with a ton of outdated effects, but it still comes off as a solid Looney Tunes episode really. It's simplistic, made for kids and was made to bank on Michael Jordans peak popularity during the year it came out. The evil Mr. Swackhammer (Danny Devito) of Moron Mountain sends his goons the Nerdlucks to Earth to capture the Looney Tunes, so that it will bring popularity back to his dying theme park. The Nerdlucks make it to Earth, but with the wit of Bugs Bunny are tricked into playing a basketball game to decide the Looney Tune's characters fate. The Nerdlucks are small, slow creatures, so a basketball game would seem super one sided. Well....the Nerdlucks use their special powers to steal the basketball powers from 5 NBA Stars which include: Charles Barkley, Shawn Bradley, Patrick Ewing, Larry Johnson and Muggsy Bogues. When the all new "Monstars" show up to play the Looney Tunes realize they need a star of their own! In comes Michael Jordan, or actually they kidnap him while he's playing golf one day. Jordan is pursuing his Baseball career, but after meeting the Monstars decides to help the Looney Tunes. And that is probably the most in depth plot description you may ever read on this film haha. I still found a lot of the Looney Tunes moments funny since I grew up watching old re-reuns of the show. Jordan does a decent job at acting, but he's never in any real dramatic parts at all. It's a fun enjoyable movie for kids and adults will enjoy the nostalgic factors regardless of how dated it is. Not to mention one bomb ass soundtrack too!