Murder: Ultimate Grounds for Divorce (1984)

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Roger Daltrey, his unpleasant wife, played by Toyah Willcox (Quadrophenia), and another couple on a camping weekend find themselves stranded. Arguments arise, and secrets begin coming out: ... See full summary »


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30 March 2004 | virginia-12
A movie with a message
And that is,even if theres a couple of actors in here with Pete Townshend connections it doesn't neccesarily follow the results will be entertaining. Roger Daltrey was the one with the movie career and has made generally decent films,while Leslie Ash was in Quadrophenia. Toyah Wilcox,also in Quadrophenia,seems miscast she always looked better as a blonde and her performance was unremarkable. As for Terry Raven,his movie career has been no more than a series of bitparts Daltrey did his best with a bad script ....which could NEVER have been based on a true story,and its also noticable that the writer and composer of the music never did anything else either before or after. It could have been more understandable if the idea had been to promote Daltrey's new album or something,but the whole "on location" idea had been done so much better by Cliff Richard (Summer Holiday)) and the Beatles (Magical Mystery Tour). Here the mystery is,how did this codswallop ever get off the cutting room floor?. Not worth any marks its no more than a Home Movie and a series of private jokes

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Canada, UK

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Hastings, East Sussex, England, UK

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