Let's Kill Ward's Wife

Let's Kill Ward's Wife

Everyone hates Ward’s wife and wants her dead, Ward (Donald Faison) most of all. But when his friends’ murderous fantasies turn into an (accidental) reality, they have to deal with a whole new set of problems — like how to dispose of the body and still make their 3 p.m. tee time. Scott Foley's directorial debut, also starring Foley, Patrick Wilson, Amy Acker, and Nicolette Sheridan, is a blackly comic caper about helping a friend out of a bad relationship by any means necessary.

Ward';s wife is a bitch. Everyone knows it. Including Ward. After numerous conversations and ruminations on the subject amongst Ward';s colorful group of friends, a fortuitous accident leads to a whole new world of problems and possibilities. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Let's Kill Ward's Wife torrent reviews

Jason L (au) wrote: Strange & fascinating story.

Tracy J (gb) wrote: It's sad, really. That someone could fuck this up so well.

Tarah M (us) wrote: Okay so the beginning of the movie he is married to Esmeralda with a six year old kid and at the end of the he kisses Madellaine, what i wrong with this picture?! I'm guessing Hunchback of Notre Dame 3 will be Esmeralda signing divorce paper...

James M (fr) wrote: It's nice to see so many 5 out of 5 star ratings on this film...the scene where Ponette it comforting her father and telling him that everything will be ok is heart wrenching...Hitler would be reaching for the tissues. If you liked this film there is a Czech film with a remarkable child actor...the film is called Kolja (Kolya), Give it a viewing and I swear you won't be disappointed!

Ryley R (kr) wrote: The film is nearly twenty minutes too long and the story, though based on a true one, is rather thin and has a hard time knowing where to end onscreen. However, the script, and more importantly the performances, especially DiCaprio's, really shine bright and help boost this film onto the list of Spielberg's finest.

Lynne N (mx) wrote: Not Douglas Sirk's best ever film, but definitely a must-see for fans of the melodramas of the 40s and 50s. Barbara Stanwyck's performance is as on-form as ever and the story has a satisfying ending.

Matheus C (kr) wrote: An interesting neo-noir thriller but that is not near the masterpiece some critics make it be. Doesn't hold a candle to Arthur Penn's real masterpiece, "Bonnie and Clyde"