A woman not married to the President runs for First Lady, but she winds up getting a better proposal than she ever expected. First Lady is a classic romantic comedy with the backdrop of Presidential Politics and Royal Charm.
The year is 1942, and Archie Glass Is trying to get into Hollywood. His chance comes as he is offered a job: Find a young white movie star before the press reports that she is missing and ... See full summary »
Michael Anthony Jr.,
Vivia E. Armstrong
When three women go to stay with their long-time gal pal, they get more than they bargained for when they discover their friend's missing husband is still in the house even though he's been supposedly "missing" for 4 years.
Melissa De Mol
Katherine Morales, a woman not married to the President, runs for First Lady, but she winds up getting a better proposal than she ever expected. First Lady is a classic romantic comedy with the backdrop of Presidential Politics and Royal Charm.Written by
Truly awful mess, baffling that it was released in our first run theater...
Though it was understandably pulled after a week. First Lady was not movie making you pay any price to see, let alone a first run theater ticket. If it was on TV I would have changed the channel. It's a shame that so many movies are R rated these days and that when those of us who choose "clean" movies we are stuck with an abomination like this. First Lady was worse than bad Hallmark TV slop. It was not only trite but so poorly written, directed and acted that it was uncomfortable to watch. The scene in the hospital when the VP was instantly sworn the second the president flat lined made me cringe. This creepy unintentional humor in what was suppose to be a sad plot turn was so awkward and peculiar. My husband laughed out loud thinking the heart monitor would start beeping again, so the VP swearing in would need to be reversed! Sad that 80s TV stars are reduced to such work. Worse that the public is duped into a buying full price tickets to see it. This movie didn't even try to make sense or cover plausibility holes. The dialog was chattery, annoying and unfunny. The amateur production company that made this slipped one over on a distributor for sure.
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