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Death of a Saleswoman (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Mystery | 22 February 2010 (USA)
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Top-ranking RubberTubber saleswoman Agatha J. Ruby was brutally beaten and shot on her morning jog by an unknown assailant. Over six thousand dollars worth of her best plastic storage ware ... See full summary »

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Cynthia Mann ...
Sally Simpson-Kanger
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Samuel Adams ...
Ron Kanger
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Elmer Lundman
Gabrielle Burton ...
Zydie Rimbauld
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Mildred Swain
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June Bass
Jake Chapman ...
Elias Ruby
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Mayor Delta Tripp
Jenna Davis ...
Det. Erica Erickson
Katie Dawson ...
Ginger Lundman
Alicia Gallagher ...
Kay Gooch
Jay Gibson ...
Jelby Gritts
Mary Harris ...
Shayna Hill ...
Hillary Dunlevy
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Top-ranking RubberTubber saleswoman Agatha J. Ruby was brutally beaten and shot on her morning jog by an unknown assailant. Over six thousand dollars worth of her best plastic storage ware was stolen from her trunk. Nearly all 200 residents in her hometown of Mametville, Washington knew her personally. All were named as suspects. See if you can figure out her killer. Written by Girl Next Door Productions

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6 housewives. 1 dead body. A trunk full of plastic storage wear.

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Comedy | Mystery

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Goofy parody, fun with friends or family
22 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

I rented this with some friends from college and we enjoyed it over an evening of chatting, grilling and a fun holiday weekend. It's full of subtle, silly and mostly G-rated elements within the story line and plot, and I know my nieces, nephews and friends' kids would like it, as they would probably try to solve the mystery of the true killer's identity along with me and my friends. Parts of it reminded me of the Real Housewives series somewhat, but it avoids going too far into the negative, backbiting, cattiness and competitiveness, and instead stays more like a parody where the characters are frequently just playing the absurd aspects of a certain reality. The actors seem to be enjoying some sauciness in certain scenes, and overall, they stay within the family-rating stamp of the movie, while still having fun with the story. One thing I'll say, we were not able to guess the ending, and that was half the fun. It's good viewing for a lighthearted, family night in, or for times hanging out with friends watching festival indie movies.


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