Married People, Single Sex II: For Better or Worse (1995)

R   |    |  Drama, Romance


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John and his wife Carol move to a new home across the street from close friends Valerie and David. Carol, who can't forgive John for an affair, gives him the cold shoulder and throws away ... See full summary »


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12 June 2004 | tfrizzell
No Better, Just Worse.
A shoestring budget and a small profit by "Married People, Single Sex" in 1993 would lead to this sequel that is basically the same thing as the first except with different players. The format is the same however as documentary-type footage is used as a vent for the characters to talk about how miserable their lives are. Of course all the people are like wild dogs in heat as they will sleep and mess around with anyone and everyone that catches their fancy. Another stupid mess that had basically no time in the theaters and then found a home on late-night premium programming. Once again a potentially promising premise is dismantled by cheap antics and cheaper thrills that have no legitimacy. Turkey (0 stars out of 5).

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Drama | Romance

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English


Country of Origin

USA

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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