Married Life (1995– )

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Credited cast:
Ken Finkleman ...
Robert Cait ...
Wayne Flemming ...
Rosemary Radcliffe ...
Claire Cellucci ...
Mark Farrell ...
Jeremy Hotz ...
Brad Brackenridge ...
 Best Man
Tony Ning ...
 Mr. Kim
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
 Josie (1995)
Jude Coffey ...
 Karen (as Judy Coffey)


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24 September 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie (technically a series but I saw all four episodes together) is absolutely hilarious. I was amazed. Ken Finkleman is a great writer.

The movie is basically a mocumentary about married life (hence the title) which is actually mocking a reality TV show.

A lot of the laughs come from the unexpected situations. You'll find yourself laughing at your own shock. The excellent cutting adds to this humour. There are a few jokes in here which really stand out as well.

The actors are great for this kind of a movie too. Finkelman is his usual hilarious self. He really creates some great characters. Robert Cait is excellent as Frank, the husband who (being aware of the fact that the show's ratings depend on his actions) creates overly sensational situations for the viewers.

More people need to see this movie (again, technically a series). It is a magnificent and original mocumentary.

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