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.
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I Think I Love My Wife / Reviews

The New York Times

The New York Times

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...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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...

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Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

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

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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