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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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Lexi Wilcox: Mary Kay, Mary Kay - i just wanted to meet you, I just started two months ago - I just wanted to tell you I'm going to be queen next year
Mary Kay: When I first started sellin', I went to the sales director and you know what he said to me?
Lexi Wilcox: He said you would,
Mary Kay: I am saying that to you right now, I think you will.
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References Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) See more »

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Enjoyable diversion
21 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is based on a true story but you wouldn't think it from watching this well made but TV movie with a top-notch cast which includes Shirley Maclaine, Parker Posey and Shannen Doherty. The tone is satirical rather than matter-of-fact. Some scenes are very exaggerated and ultra camp, especially the beginning which might dissuade many from watching the rest. It feels like a musical most of the time and you half expect the cast members to jump into song. There are many snappy lines from Maclaine as the eponymous cosmetics queen heroine, while Posey is very good as her arch-rival, she doesn't get enough screen time to compete with Maclaine, which is a shame. Doherty gives a totally hyperactive performance which is totally at odds with her depiction in the media. In some ways t doesn't feel like a TV movie. The sets are extravagant at times and you can tell more money was thrown at this movie than most. An enjoyable diversion.


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