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The ending is dedicated to actor and director Adrienne Shelly who was murdered in 2006 when she caught a man, who had broken into her office, stealing money from her purse. See more »
In the scene where Sara arrives and Louise has to tape Ian, the tape almost touches his left side-burn while, when coming back to the house the tape now is far from it. See more »
[on the phone]
I threw heck to the wind and drove up to the country a day early, want to surprise Ian, spend the long weekend with him. So, I need you to call Metler and tell him that the papers were filed yesterday and everything is fine, and I will talk to him first thing on Monday morning. Then call my dentist, cancel my appointment, and reschedule it for Tuesday afternoon. And then cancel my meetings for the rest of the day. You know what to do, that's why you ...
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TWO AND A HALF STARS........SERIOUS MOONLIGHT (dir. Cheryl Hines) Ian has grown tired of his wife Louise, decides to quit the marriage, and takes up with a much younger woman. On the eve of his departure, Louise surprises him, learns of his plans, and duct-tapes him to the toilet until she can force him to change his mind. Grating performances and a wholly unrealistic plot-line do nothing to prop up the absurd notion that love can be argued back into a marriage. Astonishingly, this star-crossed domestic partnership rekindles their passion by the end of the film. With a solid re-write this could have become something, however, that is no longer possible. The writer of this film, Adrienne Shelley, was murdered by an intruder in 2006. Her body was hung in the bathroom to appear as a suicide. Unfortunately, that tragic tale would have made a much better movie than SERIOUS MOONLIGHT.
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