Husband for Hire

Husband for Hire

Husband for Hire is a 2008 comedy television film that premiered on Oxygen Network on January 24, 2008. Husband for Hire was written and directed by Kris Isacsson, and it starred Nadine Velazquez, Tempestt Bledsoe, Mark Consuelos, Erik Estrada and Mario López

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancing,   party,   bed,  

Victor Diaz's youngest daughter Lola must marry a man approved by her dad before her approaching birthday to cash, or loose forever, a fat trust fund her mother put aside. So she picks up ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Peter R (de) wrote: breath of fresh air, I realize I was smiling all the way through. No three acts or contrived plot, just being with the completely natural and lovely presence of these people and that passage of time

Colin S (jp) wrote: Great fun, with some excellent voice talent. At times hilarity ensues (witness Flash meeting Batman for the first time for an excellent example), and the ultra-violence and swearing means that this is pitched more at the adult market. Sometimes it takes the action a while to achieve any goal apart from "oh look how we have Hero X kill a Parademon in a unique way" a few dozen times but when it does the payoff is worth it. Interesting switch from using Aquaman in the original comic to Shazam in the movie but I'm left wondering if they could have made this work anyway. Wonder Woman also switches oddly from wallowing in paper-thin sexist tropes, to seriously kicking a lot of arse, and the latter is fantastic to see despite the former; I still have to ask when we're going to get a Greek-area-born Diana who doesn't have an American accent though.

Filipe C (es) wrote: A man who has everything under control drives away from a stable life to do the right thing. It's a fascinating one-man show driven by emotional depth. It gets somewhat repetitive but Hardy's ability to carry the story is noteworthy. What a tremendous actor.

Becky F (es) wrote: Honestly, the commentary and interviews with James Murphy weren't super enlightening. The Terri Gross interview I heard on "Fresh Air" was much better. But seriously, the cats and I had a mini dance party while the movie was on. You should've been there. Glad I got so see LCD Soundsystem before they called it quits.

Stuart M (fr) wrote: Catherine Deneuve is a joy to watch there should be more roles for older women as she is magnificent. Yes it has it's flaws but I loved it. And treat the workerks like familly - thats something UK firms don't give a shit about these days. Lets send it the work off to XYZ land or even worse lets bring ZYZ land here to take UK jobs.

Leon B (kr) wrote: Fantastically brilliant. A real sad movie that turns into beautiful joy.

Anna Margarethe O (ru) wrote: Could've been a good film given the plot, but the dialogue was pretty corny and acting was so so.

Steven S (ca) wrote: Not as bad as its perceived. Its a cute, little movie.

Brandon J (mx) wrote: It had it's funny scenes, but had really dumb characters. I get the characters and thought it was funny at first, but gets annoying after already seeing Man of Mystery, and then watching the same thing happen again.

Private U (es) wrote: Brit gangster movies are the best!

Natalie M (au) wrote: A hilarious Woody Allen film about artist angst set in NYC in the 1920s.

Bradley F (it) wrote: Yes, it's time for another Madonna film screw up. And wow... this film is kind of forgettable. Yeah there are still times we get to see Madonna make a complete ass of herself, but as a whole Shanghai Surprise is just a boring and stupid flick. A lot of the time, I kept asking myself "Did I miss something"? I'm even lost when it comes this film's legacy as a box office bomb. How did anyone remember this movie even existed? Is it just because Madonna is in it? So Glendon Wasey (Sean Penn) and Gloria Tatlock (Madonna) go on this hunt for some Drug shipment of Opium in Shanghai, China and... I'm sorry that's all I got. The plot might sound simple but man it gets so complicated as the film goes on. There are double crosses, secrets revealed, it turns out some secrets were lies, some of the lies were true and yeah you probably just spotted a huge problem with this film. Shanghai Surprise is sure that it's an adventure movie when really it has no flowing plot. Absolutely nothing in this movie makes any sense whatsoever. When it comes the characters there is nothing going on in that department either. A lot of the characters are just adventure film stereotypes. There is a friend who turns out to be a foe, a villain in disguise, a woman who only serves as a sexual concubine, an obnoxious twit (of course played by the Material Girl) and some idiot who should get out of this situation but is too stupid and horny to do so. Therefore, we are stuck in this loo of nonsense that feels endless. With the exception of Richard Griffiths, everybody's acting in this movie is just awful. I can take hardly anybody in this movie seriously even for a minute. Sean Penn is very annoying and irritating in the Wasey role. It's like he's not even trying more than half the time. Then again, we have another person who can care less and of course that person is Madonna. I'll be honest, it's very hard to describe Madonna's acting anymore. There are only so many times and so many ways I can say she's a bad actress. In Shanghai Surprise, she comes off more as a whiner than a determined missionary. Yes, Madonna is a missionary in this movie... let that sink in. I am already tired of talking about Shanghai Surprise. Why was it a Box Office Bomb? I don't know and frankly I don't care. Why do we remember this movie even though nobody saw it? Because It was the first time we saw Madonna actually try to act and have it blow up in her face. All in all, it's a forgettable film with no real reason to watch it. The only real enjoyment I got from the film is either when Richard Griffiths was on screen or some unintentional hilarity coming from the fact that Madonna can't act her way out of a paper bag. All I can say is: Madonna, you say your lines but do you feel them? Do you mean what you say when no one's around? If you know what Madonna song that line is from, 10 bonus points.

Denise G (mx) wrote: A great 80's movie! Loved it!

Carroll H (nl) wrote: Big name actors making a junk movie ... ugh, waste of time.

Skyler B (mx) wrote: I'd love to see this.