I Think I Love My Wife

I Think I Love My Wife

I Think I Love My Wife
Christopher Rock writes, directs & stars in this re-make of Eric Rohmer's 'Chloe in the Afternoon'. <br /><br />He plays Dick Copper, a man chumping though married life. Missing singledom and all it's pleasures, Dick becomes obsessed with the thought of adultery when a hot assed ex-ladyfriend, Nikki (Washington), re-enters his life.
200790 minsUSA
ComedyDramaRe-make

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The New York Times

The New York Times

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Mr. Rock has not only done his best work as a director and screenwriter but has also made an unusually insightful and funny mainstream American movie about the predicaments of modern marriage...

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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In I Think I Love My Wife, Chris Rock does something entirely unexpected. He isn't funny...

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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As uneven as I Think I Love My Wife often is, it still has an emotional resonance lacking in most films about relationships. By dealing with temptation in even a quasi-realistic way, it affirms that, like comedy, monogamy is hard...

Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

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Chris Rock's I Think I Love My Wife is less interesting, and less successful, as a remake of a much-bruited '70s art film than it is as a compendium of Rockian observations on the current state of the African-American bourgeoisie...

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Film Threat

Film Threat

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If you're looking for Rock's trademark smart-ass wit, you'll want to look somewhere else. Likewise when it comes to a movie with something fresh to say about the balancing act that is wedded bliss...

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Mr. Rock has not only done his best work as a director and screenwriter but has also made an unusually insightful and funny mainstream American movie about the predicaments of modern marriage...

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

In I Think I Love My Wife, Chris Rock does something entirely unexpected. He isn't funny...

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

press

As uneven as I Think I Love My Wife often is, it still has an emotional resonance lacking in most films about relationships. By dealing with temptation in even a quasi-realistic way, it affirms that, like comedy, monogamy is hard...

Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

press

Chris Rock's I Think I Love My Wife is less interesting, and less successful, as a remake of a much-bruited '70s art film than it is as a compendium of Rockian observations on the current state of the African-American bourgeoisie...

2.0
Film Threat

Film Threat

press

If you're looking for Rock's trademark smart-ass wit, you'll want to look somewhere else. Likewise when it comes to a movie with something fresh to say about the balancing act that is wedded bliss...

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