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Off the Chain (2005)

 |  1 May 2005 (USA)
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One angry housewife is determined to find a cure for her terminally lazy spouse...even if it kills him!



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Susanna Evridge
Joe Evridge
Christine Keeler ...
Tiffany Evridge
Jason Evridge (as Bryan Allen Craig)
Joey Reynolds ...
Nick Santini
Jerry Seeger ...
Dep. Joseph Carmichael
Michael Francis ...
Mickey (as Mike Francis)
Larry Stoermer ...
Blake's Partner
Douglas Miller ...
Jailer 1
Isadelle Mercedes ...
Dolores Perez
Rosina Grosso ...
News Reporter
Aaron Rosenbloom ...
Newspaper Reporter


What's the cure for a terminally lazy spouse? For one angry young wife, murder is the answer. She hires a hit man, but he turns out to be a cop. As she languishes behind bars, a rabid media circle like sharks as her shiftless husband attempts to woo her back. Written by Diane Jacques

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'Cause There's Only One Cure For A Terminally Lazy Spouse.





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1 May 2005 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

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Disgusting Filth.
10 December 2005 | by (PA, USA) – See all my reviews

Imagine a film that did nothing but ridicule women, including jokes about committing violence and sexual mutilation against them.

If that would make you angry, you should hold the same indignation towards OFF THE CHAIN, which commits the same transgression towards men.

There is a place for playful teasing between the sexes, but none for treating people as less than human, or "jokes" about sexual violence. I can't think of any other ethnic, religious, or gender group about which such antipathy would be tolerated. If it's unthinkable to joke about destroying a woman's sexual organs, and it is, then it's equally wrong to joke about doing the same to those of men.

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