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My Best Friend's Wife (2001)

Cast: Daniel London, John Stamos
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Studio: Universal Studios
Genre: Comedies
Running Time: 85 min.
Languages: English
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Synopsis
Doug Finelli's romantic comedy My Best Friend's Wife stars John Stamos and Daniel London as best friends who, in order to spark up each of their sex lives, convince their wives to swap partners. The film charts the fallout from this fateful decision, displaying how sex affects each of the marriages and the friendships. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

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Updating BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE by talltale October 16, 2004 - 3:14 PM PDT
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The already-three-year-old movie MY BEST FRIEND'S WIFE is just now arriving on dvd. The delay, while no emergency, is still a bit surprising, since the film is all about sex, desire, wife-swapping and jealousy (these subjects usually sell, right--or am I living in some dream world?). The film attempts to update Paul Marzursky's famous 60s' would-be sex epic "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice." It makes several references to that film and, in fact, does update it and goes it one better: these couples actually do the deed. And while the movie starts off slow and very unsteady, it eventually finds its way into a believable, serious consideration of sex and friendship, as well as how the genders relate differently to adultery. It's funny, too--off and on--with Daniel London providing a Woody Allen-esque character (along with some of the laughs). John Stamos makes a sexy and attractive co-lead and it's wonderful to see Meredith Salenger back on screen, along with Jessica Walter and Tony Roberts in stereotypical parent roles. This one won't set the world aflame, but it's worth a watch.




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