The Stepford Wives

2004

Action / Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

20
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 26%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 30%
IMDb Rating 5.3 10 61925

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Nicole Kidman as Joanna Eberhart
Andrea Anders as Heather
Glenn Close as Claire Wellington
Christopher Walken as Mike Wellington
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1 hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by moonspinner55 3 / 10

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Ultra modern reworking of Ira Levin's bestseller from the 1970s (and the 1975 film counterpart starring Katharine Ross) about Connecticut suburb filled with perky, beautiful housewives and their boorish, piggy husbands. Nicole Kidman is very good as the newcomer in town whose husband (a rather stolid Matthew Broderick) immediately joins the Men's Association. Abandoning the sly dark humor of the original movie, this rather bombastic--and brief--92 minute version shows heavy signs of post-production tinkering. There are all sorts of things wrong with this movie, starting with the obvious hedging-of-bets pertaining to the mystery behind the wives (which might've been wildly successful if the filmmakers had just stuck to their original vision); Kidman's children disappear at camp, are brought home (off-camera), and then disappear again; one Stepford bunny coughs up money--exactly how is this done according to Christopher Walken's "home movie" near the finish? But the worst is saved for last, when an outlandish twist leads to the kind of teeth-grinding, Larry King-cameoed ending that undermines director Frank Oz's ability to even work on a movie much less direct one. Some of the cartoonish humor (though over-the-top) is entertaining and colorful, and the movie's first 45 minutes are good, but the thicker the plot gets, the more ridiculous the film becomes. *1/2 from ****

Reviewed by fosthoff 1 / 10

Horrid :(

It completely missed the point of Stepford Wives! The book and original movies were supposed to be thought-provoking suspense/horror genre not some silly sexual chick-flick. The point was to make people think "Do men really want their wives to just be gorgeous slaves with no real interests?" Also, the fact that they actually kill the wives makes it even creepier. This movie had none of that, and it didn't make any sense. The women in this film were supposed to just have been made over with brain chips in them right? So how did they spit money from their mouths and have their boobs adjusted with a remote control? If you read the book and want to see the movie, watch the original and skip this one.

Reviewed by katelhx 10 / 10

I loved it

I never saw the movie as a remake more like a new version just for the laughs. I think is really funny, the kind of comedy that were good. People forget the movie is not to make an exactly or same genre as the original, it was made to be ridiculously funny. Let's pretend that the first movie does not exist, is this one still bad? Of course not, because the story would be 100% original, although it is ridiculous in certain aspects. But because there is an original version people can not avoid comparing them. Which I find stupid. As I said, the idea of this new version was not to be the same as the first one. Go watch the movie and enjoy it because is good.

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