Run for Your Wife (2012)

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John Smith has been happily involved in a bigamous marriage for five years. He lives with Stephanie in Finsbury and Michelle in Stockwell. Fortunately, for John, he's a taxi driver which ... See full summary »

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  • Danny Dyer and Neil Morrissey in Run for Your Wife (2012)
  • Danny Dyer and Neil Morrissey in Run for Your Wife (2012)
  • Danny Dyer and Sarah Harding in Run for Your Wife (2012)
  • Judi Dench in Run for Your Wife (2012)
  • Danny Dyer, Nicholas Le Prevost, and Sarah Harding in Run for Your Wife (2012)
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21 February 2013 | rahilsp
| The worst film I have ever seen
I was lucky, or should i say unlucky enough to attend the premiere of this film. And after about 10 minutes it was clear to me that what was in front of me was nothing better than a high school film project. Every aspect of this film was appalling. The screenplay was horrific, containing the most crude and unfunny jokes imaginable. The acting was as bad; poor Danny Dyer did the best he could considering what he had to work with but the two wives, Sarah Harding and Denise Van Outen took acting to a new low. Ray Cooney's directional ineptitude was also clearly apparent however good a stage writer he may claim to be.

The 90 minutes I had to spend watching this was truly the most tiresome experience I have ever had in a cinema. The hocus pocus plot I'm sure drove most of the audience round the bend and I felt a great deal better when the credits started to role. Everyone who had anything to do with this film must be regretting being a part of this project. It seems that the only point of this film was to give has beens of British film and television a few seconds of screen time.

It is no surprise Run for your Wife took a grand total of £602 in its first week and is being heralded as the worst film of the year.

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