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Insignificant Other (2002)

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'Insignificant Other', a Hitchcockian version of Sex and the City, follows the intersecting lives of two couples having extramarital affairs, who live lives of paranoia, wondering if their ... See full summary »

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Sarah Sullivan
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Richard Bratton
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Kendra Bratton
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Ryan Sullivan
Don Cass ...
Charles Weisman
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'Insignificant Other', a Hitchcockian version of Sex and the City, follows the intersecting lives of two couples having extramarital affairs, who live lives of paranoia, wondering if their significant other has found out. It is a dark comedy that challenges the traditional ideas of marriage and questions the societal values of money and sex. Sarah, an unfulfilled, calculating wife, takes pleasure in having her voyeuristic lover watch her on video cameras that she has hidden inside the vents of her house. Her lover, a psychiatrist twice her age, becomes twisted in Sarah's sordid plot to kill her husband for his large inheritance. The plan slowly unravels when Sarah and her lover suspect that her husband has found out. Written by Sean Corrigan

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Do You Trust Your Significant Other?

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Not sure which movie these chumps saw.
27 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

They're probably friends and family of the filmmaker.

I was very disappointed in this film. It has all the visual style and production value of an amateur softcore, but there's not one breast to be found...NOT ONE. Corrigan needs to stick to writing, but only after taking a few more classes in story structure. You can't just come out of left field with a crazy twist at the end of a movie and call it a potboiler. You gotta build up to it. The dialog is pretty good, but unfortunately, the people reciting it are not. It's painful to watch some of these performances. The one saving grace is Brandon Howe. Here's a guy

just bubbling over with potential. You can see in his face that he's having

trouble swallowing the crap this film is offering, but he manages to deliver an impressive performance.

I know this film was shot for practically no money, but that doesn't mean the filmmakers deserve a pat on the back. This is a prime example of just because you can, doesn't mean you should.

Now, put a couple pairs of boobs in there...maybe some girl on girl action, and you got yourselves a movie my friends.


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