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Andrew Dice Clay,
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Mary Stuart Masterson
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Robert C. Treveiler
"The Burning Bed" and "Misery" for laughs. This horrible movie tries to make a variation on the hugely successful comedy "9 to 5", but it misses entirely. Three women tie up the would-be finance of one of the women (Teri Hatcher) and keep him prisoner for three days. Their idea of revenge for supposed transgressions consists of various forms of torture, including not letting him use the bathroom, not feeding him properly, leaving him completely tied to the bed and helpless while QVC blasts from the TV all day, using his credit cards for their own purchases, getting him fired for missing an important meeting, shaved him with a rusty razor, and so on. All this for problems making commitments. Get the picture? Hatcher is cute, and very Lois-like, but I couldn't watch the last 10 minutes. My advice? Skip it.
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