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I Love You to Death

(1990)
 
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Lawrence Kasdan's black comedy about a wife's ultimate revenge against her womanizing husband is based on a true story about the wife of a pizzeria owner who decided to kill her cheating husband. Read More
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Joey Boca
Rosalie Boca
Devo Nod
Harlan James
Marlon James
Lt. Schooner
Joey's Mother
July 24, 2011
honeydove64
The late Phoenix was cool,playing a friend of the family.Ullman plays a wife who is suddenly awakened to what her repairman husband (Kline) does.Rosalie takes vengence on Joey,in the face of his philandering.Hurt and Reeves play thugs who agree with mama Nadjia's (Plowright) plan of murder.This film is comical and hysterical.
September 24, 2009
BikerPilotPoet
"You know, getting shot in the head really makes you stop and think."...This line ALONE makes this movie worth seeing.. but there's a LOT more about this movie that will make you want to watch it at least twice. Based on a true story (If it wasn't, you'd never believe it ) about a philandering Pizza man (Kevin Kline) whose wife (Tracey Ulman) finds out that he's screwing about half

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