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Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay (2002)

The film is about two companies who are battling it out for customers, Mary Kay, and one of her workers Lexi Wilcox are fighting it out with Jinger Heath. Who will win? You will have to see.

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Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 1 win. See more awards »

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... Mary Kay
... Richard Rogers
... Dick Heath
... Annika Kern
Dean McKenzie ... Clifton Sanders (as Dean Monroe McKenzie)
... Brooke
... Lexi Wilcox
... Jinger Heath
... Tanya
Catherine Fitch ... Beverly
Maggie Butterfield ... Doris
Terri Cherniak ... Liz
... Chris
Rhiannon Benedict ... Haley (as Valerie Wynne)
Paul Christie ... Lexy's Husband
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The film is about two companies who are battling it out for customers, Mary Kay, and one of her workers Lexi Wilcox are fighting it out with Jinger Heath. Who will win? You will have to see.

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Challenging the queen of makeup isn't pretty.


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7 October 2002 (USA)  »

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L'empire de Mary Kay  »

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Based on a true story. See more »

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Mary Kay: You can't chase two rabbits and catch either of 'em.
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References Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) See more »

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5 stars for Hollywood
15 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

Shirley MacLaine, a veteran visitor to Winnipeg, makes this otherwise typically made for TV movie almost the quality of a theatrical release. The woman of the 50's and 60's once so stereotyped is well echoed in Maclaine's portrayal Of Mary Kay. The cliché quotes are direct from Mark Kay's philosophy of life and business. The story also gives an accurate account of Mary Kay's almost Bi-polar approach in her successful business. She could instantly turn on the charm and caring attitude with her public no matter what. Shannon Doherty has found a vehicle for which her abilities are best suited - slightly comic/overdone and, well ditzy Barbie Doll. Parker Posey plays the role of the competition to Mary Kay Cosmetics with a great level of believability. This movie was filmed in the summer in Winnipeg when the temperatures were high as well the humidity yet this all star cast demonstrated their `give it all capabilities' and maintained their cool. This movie also showcases many of the fine locations available in Winnipeg and provides great example of why this city is used in so many American productions. Bravo to all involved!


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