An unbelievable story that's incredibly true.
With These People Trying To Kill Him, Joey Boca May Just Live Forever
I Love You to Death (1990)
|Articles:||Focus: 'I Love You to Death'|
Tagged 'I Love You to Death'
|Kevin Kline||Joey Boca|
|Tracey Ullman||Rosalie Boca|
|Joan Plowright||Nadja, Rosalie's Mother|
|River Phoenix||Devo Nod|
|William Hurt||Harlan James|
|Keanu Reeves||Marlon James|
|James Gammon||Lt. Larry Schooner|
|Jack Kehler||Sgt. Carlos Wiley|
|Miriam Margolyes||Joey's Mother|
Based (amazingly) on a true story: When Joey Boca's wife, Rosalee, discovers that he has been cheating on her, she sets about - with the encouragement of her mother - to try and kill him. But none of their hilariously inept murder attempts get anywhere near succeeding, and Joey continues on with his life, cheerily oblivious to everything.
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|I wanted to like this, but in the end I was bored (2022-04-23 13:31:26)|
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|This movie has a great cast so it looked promising. The actors are actually good in it and I enjoyed the first half or so, but then the plot turned kind of slow-paced and I ended up being bored even before Keanu showed up. He plays a small role as a stoned drug addict with a crazy hairdo (it kinda seemed to me like he was missing some hair patches on the side, maybe it was meant as a result of the character's drug habit?) and does quite a good job of it. But unfortunately his screen time is not much. I loved River Phoenix's hippie-style character. This movie is also full of clichés about Italian people, but as an Italian they didn't bother me that much, in fact they gave me a good laugh.|
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