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You're Killing Me... (2003)

R | | Comedy, Thriller | 2003 (USA)
You're killing Me is a contemporary coming of age comedy/thriller revolving around three young women seeking revenge on the irredeemable men in their lives.

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Jamie is a successful novelist trapped in a bad relationship with her possessive boyfriend. But when things get out of control and Jamie accidentally kills him, Jamie's best friend Laura along with a third friend, Arlene convince Jamie to cover if up knowing she will not receive fair treatment by the court system. But when things get more complicated, the three women join forces to commit more murders of abusive, cheating and lying men. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for language, and brief sexuality and violence | See all certifications »
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charismatic performances
3 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recently watched this movie and very much agree with the following review I found on the net: "Bowen, Lords, and Maxey play the three leads with conviction. Their performances are charismatic and usually believable. I would say the best scenes in the movie involve the three ladies talking with each other about their questionable deeds. The best line might be when Laura announces to her two friends, "Ridding the world of irredeemable men is what I was born to do." One of the funniest moments in the movie happens when a police Detective (John Bradley) drops in at Jamie's apartment to tell her that Al has been found dead. Jamie and Laura had quietly slipped into the zoo while it was closed the night before and dumped Al's body into what they thought was the polar bear pit ... Without a doubt, it's the three ladies that keep this movie going, especially Traci Lords. Lords is an underrated actress who is unfortunately more famous for her youthful past in the adult film world than anything else. Her presence in this movie adds star power. I'm not kidding. Lords performance is sultry when needed, funny at the right times, and easily the most intriguing in the story. Her zeal at being part of a club, even this murderous one, is fun to watch. When Lords throws away a line about how she laments being kicked out of girl scouts in the first week as a kid, I laughed out loud. Lords very convincingly gives us a character that is sexy and even glamorous yet is also cold-blooded and dangerous. During the movie, I found it impossible to take my eyes off of her because I couldn't wait to see what she would do or say next... some of the scenes at the funeral home were breathtaking in their composition and feel. Stutz deserves praise for creating a good ambient effect within the locations during the course of the movie. The production design by Randall P. Earnest and the art direction by David Fitzpatrick were also executed well."


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