A grim look at homemaking business tycoon Martha Stewart's story, behind the facade of her motherly housewife appearance, including a crime she committed that brought her fame to a halt.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG for language and some thematic elements
Did You Know?
The creators' infamous back-pedal response that the film was made as a satire is belied by the flashback scenes, all of which are lacking in humor or camp value, especially when compared to Shepherd's dysrgulated performance in the modern-day scenes. See more
When Martha is confronted by Norma in the kitchen about the catering issue, there is a platter on the counter with a large fish. In the beginning of the scene, the fish is laid out on the platter covered in sliced cucumbers. In the following shot, there is what appears to be a zippered binder laying on top of the fish, then the next scene shows the fish in a mangled state with no binder laying on it. See more
I want cotton. I want three-hundred thread count minimum, or this face doesn't sell these sheets. Just because Kmart sells inexpensive products doesn't mean they can't be beautiful. That's why I'm here: not to sink to your level, but to raise you to mine.
References Martha Stewart Living