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You're Killing Me... (2003)

R | | Comedy, Thriller | 2003 (USA)
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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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Julie Bowen is terrific!!
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tightly directed, very entertaining movie. Good performances by the entire cast. Especially Julie Bowen as "Jamie" is terrific. Also outstanding is Neal McDonough playing the role of a book publisher. Simply hilarious. Here is the set up: Jamie (Bowen) accidentally kills her boyfriend and together with her friend Laura she tries to get rid of the body. Al, Jamie's former boyfriend was a big jerk... well, both Laura and Jamie believe she's better off without him. Arlene, a friend of Jamie and Laura, also has trouble with men. Especially with her sexist boss Peter Gish. (Neal McDonough, who by the way also played an excellent part in "Ravenous" as private Reich). Laura thinks it would be better for Arlene if Gish would join the ranks of Al... Nice cinematography and art direction. Enjoyed the film very much.


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