Stolen: One Husband (1990)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Comedy


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An angry wife seeks revenge against her philandering entrepreneur husband who left her for a younger woman.


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1 September 1999 | helpless_dancer
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| Fine! Take him!
Average romantic comedy, not really all that funny. A middle aged man leaves his wife for a much younger woman. Why he would want this floozy I couldn't figure out. She came on like a common streetwalker with an abundance of eye rolling, lip licking, and sleazy body language. The jilted wife is broken hearted at first, but decides to get revenge later with a series of ugly practical jokes. This was predictable fare, therefore I can't rate it too high but it was allright. I did like the line...."any other future ideas he may have in the future." Valerie Harper and Elliott Gould starred, and Julie Warner looked good all the way through.

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Comedy

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Release Date:

27 February 1990

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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