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Another Woman's Husband (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 6 March 2000
Charming ladies man Johnny Miller is bored with his still committed wife, swimming instructor Susan. Under the 'bachelor' alias Jake Miller he has a relationship with psychologist Laurel ... See full summary »

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Johnny Miller / Jake
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Roxie
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Stella
Bob Larkin ...
Harvey
Amzie Strickland ...
Annette
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Laurel's Mom
André Carthen ...
Tom (as Andre Carthen)
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Bets (as Jo Nell Kennedy)
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Psychologist
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Colleague
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Michael Kagan ...
Al
Linda Lawson ...
Agnes
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Charming ladies man Johnny Miller is bored with his still committed wife, swimming instructor Susan. Under the 'bachelor' alias Jake Miller he has a relationship with psychologist Laurel McArthur, who has aquaphobia since she witnessed her brother drowning 25 years ago. When Laurel joins Susan's class in Atlanta, the women bond intimately and discover they have him in common... Written by KGF Vissers

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What do you do when the other woman is your best friend? See more »

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When Susan drives off after arguing with Laurel in the street, three crew members and a camera can be seen in reflection in her car window. See more »

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Susan Miller: She was my only friend Johnny, you ruined everything.
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References Wild Things (1998) See more »

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"Superlative" male lead
22 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

You can love or hate a movie, or character, but it's difficult to proclaim any given story, performance, actor, director, etc., the best or worst, your most or least favored, ever, etc. Superlatives are only correctly used for one of anything - and if you discover one anew, it must surpass all others if it is truly a superlative.

Well, honestly, I have several after watching this picture - and all with regard to the Midkiff character Johnny/Jake.

Hands down, he's the MOST unsympathetic, dull, insipid, uncharismatic character I've EVER viewed.

He evokes the LEAST amount of empathy or trace of caring in any regard for what happens to him, or for the trials he might endure as a result of his duplicity. There is no way a character could be more annoying.

The two female leads are both engaging, sympathetic (for the most part), and certainly a pleasure to view. They were both screwed-up in their own ways, but who in this movie genre isn't? And the conclusion brought proper resolution.

(Whenever I watch a film with a character very annoying, like Midkiff's here, I wish the director would have hired an actor resembling Moe from the Three Stooges - and that "Moe" would proceed to bash him with a mallet, poke him in the eyes, and give him hard slaps, the way he would to Curly and Larry.)


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