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  • 50
    Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle

    Married to the Mob picks up pace throughout and builds to an exciting finish. [19 Aug 1988] show more

  • 100
    Mike Clark USA Today

    Even in the classiest movie summer of the decade, Mob is destined to demand respect for Pfeiffer. [19 Aug 1988] show more

  • 88
    TV Guide

    There is plenty to amuse and delight here, including fine performances from Michelle Pfeiffer, Matthew Modine, and Dean Stockwell. show more

  • 75
    Dave Kehr Chicago Tribune

    It's a movie of a thousand pleasures - of glinting insights and sly twists. [19 Aug 1988] show more

  • 75
    Jay Carr Boston Globe

    Married to the Mob is a funny yard sale of a film about regeneration in a junked-up America. [19 Aug 1988] show more

  • 75
    Jay Scott The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

    Missing from Married to the Mob, written by Barry Strugatz and Mark R. Burns, is the freewheeling structure, but everything else that makes Demme one of the friendliest of major U.S. directors is in glorious evidence. [19 Aug 1988] show more

  • 60

    Jonathan Demme's follow-up to "Swimming To Cambodia" is a typically entertaining diversion. show more

  • 90

    Fresh, colorful and inventive, Married to the Mob is another offbeat entertainment from director Jonathan Demme. show more

  • 90
    Washington Post

    You'll thoroughly enjoy the out-of-kilter existence. show more

  • 90
    Rita Kempley Washington Post

    Director Jonathan Demme has nailed one with this playful, but dangerous, gangster farce. show more

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