Wife vs. Secretary

Wife vs. Secretary

Magazine publisher Van Stanhope is a hard-working, dynamic executive very happily married to his beautiful wife Linda. Although their relationship is is built on unconditional trust, friends caution her about the dangers of allowing Whitey, her husband's extremely sexy secretary, to continue to have access to him. Even Van's mother warns Linda that Van's father philandered during their marriage, and Van, like all men, will eventually succumb to opportunity and temptation. Although Whitey has a faithful boyfriend, she secretly harbors unrequited feelings for her boss. When they take business trip to Havana, circumstantial evidence convinces Linda that the rumors she's heard may have a basis in fact.

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Wife vs. Secretary torrent reviews

Rod W (it) wrote: I enjoyed this movie until the last ten minutes. If you watch it - it's beautiful and interesting - turn it off before the last ten minutes and make up your own ending.

Ross M (it) wrote: Starts off a bit slow, but is well worth the build. This is easily the best film James Wan has ever directed and a great overall horror movie. Highly recommended.

Emre T (fr) wrote: The first film made in the newly independent Republic of Macedonia, Milcho Manchevski's Before the Rain crosscuts the stories of an orthodox Christian monk (Grgoire Colin), a British photo agent (Katrin Cartlidge), and a native Macedonian war photographer (Rade erbedija) to paint a portrait of simmering ethnic and religious hatred about to reach its boiling point. Made during the strife of the war-torn Balkan states in the nineties, this gripping triptych of love and violence is also a timeless evocation of the loss of pastoral innocence, and remains one of recent cinema's most powerful laments on the futility of war.

Justin A (de) wrote: The good news is it at least tries something different from part 2, so it's a bit refreshing. The bad news is what they do isn't very good. It's not scary at all at this point and the special effects have gotten really bad. The script is ridiculous, as like 90% of the "scares" in this movie are Heather O'Rourke turning to the camera with "scary" makeup on and making faces. It happened so many times that it could probably be a drinking game.There is a really cool moment in the middle of the movie where someone comes out of someone else's dead body. That was interesting.None of the characters are likable, and while Heather O'Rourke was cute at one point, she is unfortunately getting a bit too old to be acting the way she is portrayed. Nancy Allen's character is a horrible person and not someone you really want to see make it through.Also, I found it funny that the movie ended and wrapped up and no one seemed to remember that THE YOUNG GUY IS STILL TRAPPED IN ANOTHER DIMENSION! YOU NEVER SAVED HIM! Oh, we're gonna just forget him? Okay.This is a hard sale. Most who liked Poltergeist 2 won't like this because it's too different, and those who disliked Poltergeist 2 won't like this because it's still not very good. So there's really no one to recommend this too, but I at least feel it is somewhat as good as Poltergeist 2 because it's at least different and it held my attention throughout (whereas Poltergeist 2 had plenty of lulls). Definitely wouldn't recommend this movie though.

Tungis G (it) wrote: Just watched this for the first time since I did back in the 80's. It has fared well all these years, probably because it's a relatable character story and the relationships drive the plots. Yes it's flawed. Yes it's simplistic to the point of being cliche at times. But it endures despite it's flaws. Many good movies are flawed as this is. It doesn't relish in it's conflicts and while most consider this a flaw I consider it a positive. I prefer more subtle films anyways; I don't care what exactly is the issue between father and daughter. Sex abuse? Physical violence? Mental abuse? Adding more of that wouldn't make the picture any better for me, and it would preclude my kids from seeing it.Which by the way my animated loving 7 and 9 year olds, while griping at first, we're drawn into this film once it got going and the shorter run time made it a good time. Wait, almost 2 hours is a short run time? I guess time flies while your enjoying yourself.To those critics that say this story is too sweet; um, it's a story about death and preparing to die. This film gracefully is full of substance if you're the type that doesn't need to be bashed over the head with it to get it. The world needs more films like this that rely on strength of substance than on plot device; that are relatable in a real way and honest enough to allow the relation to happen; that have real-world value and are accessible enough for it to be a benefit to the real-world.

Scott W (nl) wrote: Paul Telfer is gorgeous and Elizabeth Perkins is great! Unfortunately, the writing is really clumsy. I never understand why people insist upon bastardizing myths in modern re-tellings. The reason they've lasted is that they are great as is. This story ends up being more Roman than Greek with all of it's plotting and suspicion. I'm still waiting for the one, great, faithful Hercules film.

Gavin P (us) wrote: Not terrible, but definitely an unnecessary sequel to a decent first film. This one seems to get tied up in stereotypes of an 'old-timey' South, with a KKK joke & all! Not much mystery for Fletch to solve, but plenty of opportunity for him to dress up! It didn't really feel like muych happened & needed more of Chevy's one-liners.