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For in this silly movie the wife was most unattractive and looked like the husband's mother. Played by Shannon Sturges (saw her in another dis-likable movie) who goes around acting like a witch most of the time. Would make any husband want to leave her. Dylan Neal, a very handsome young looking husband does a good job. He favors a much younger girl, played by the pretty Natalie Brown. You don't blame him for going to her. Won't tell you the plot, but the wrong people win in this.
Watch our leading lady, Sturges, in the last scene. She doesn't even know how to hold the infant. Very clumsy. And you can also tell she and leading man, Neal, did not work well together. In their supposedly hot love scenes, it was all flat as bad champagne gone sour. No chemistry between them. She was cold as ice throughout the movie. Also the dimwit that played the detective, Martin Roach, wearing much too expensive clothes for a plain detective, always going around like he knew all about life. A boring actor attempting to be another Eddie Murphy in his black leather coats.
Don't waste your time on this clinker.
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