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Widow's Kiss (1996)

A lawyer befriends a client and before he knows it he's married to her. Both are recently widowed with teenage sons. When the lawyer dies of a heart attack within a matter of days his son ... See full summary »

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Vivian Fairchild
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Sean Sager
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Eddie Costello
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Justin Sager
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Lavanda Harrison
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Edith Fitzpatrick
Michael Woolson ...
Paul Fairchild
Leslie Horan ...
Kelly Givens
Brad Joseph Dubin ...
Chris Shelby
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Sergeant Burnette
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Steven Rose
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Margaret Silverstein
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Doctor Isaacs
Leonard Salazar ...
Carlos Fuentes
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Dr. Joyce Sabata
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A lawyer befriends a client and before he knows it he's married to her. Both are recently widowed with teenage sons. When the lawyer dies of a heart attack within a matter of days his son becomes suspicious. Written by Rob Hartill

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It's not just her looks that Kill

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Thriller

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Rated R for some strong sexuality, language and some violence

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8 November 2005 (France)  »

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Alliance fatale  »

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Terrific, sly and witty dark comedy.
7 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While not the most original movie ever written, it is sharp fun if you pay attention. Some very funny clever lines. What most people don't seem to realize is that this is a dark comedy, sly and witty. D'Angelo is good, not great, and delivers some terrific "Joan Collins" style vamp lines that are very funny...if you understand you are watching a dark comedy, not "Medea" of some TV cop show. Very enjoyable, start to finish, mostly because of the sneaky clever writing, All the acting is solid, and Barbara Rush makes a welcome appearance, still beautiful. The directing is pedestrian, admittedly, (like in most movies) but the script is very funny. My wife and I laughed out loud at many of D'Angelo's snappy lines: she has her tongue firmly in cheek, and seems to be having a great good time. Recommended for a fun evening. Drink some wine and have a giggle.


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