By Gary Susman
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:39 AM EDT
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Credit: Jennifer Lopez and Cris Judd: Joe Buissink/AP Wide World
type
  • Movie

How much of a nightmare is life for Slim (Jennifer Lopez), the desperate, saintly, so-abused-she’s-gonna-kick-some-man-ass heroine? At first, it looks as if she’s found the old-fashioned fella of her dreams. There’s just one catch: Mitch (Billy Campbell), a wealthy contractor, is a little too old-fashioned. As in, he thinks it’s his right to have an affair. And if that manly perk is questioned, he’ll answer the question with a slap to the face. Any more questions? Campbell plays Lopez’s tormenter as a demon-stalker cross between Michael Corleone and every blandly insensitive husband who ever skulked his way through the Lifetime channel. The result is a bogeyman horror film in sociological drag — I Know You Married an Abusive Creep Last Summer.

Enough

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  • Movie
genre
mpaa
  • PG-13
runtime
  • 111 minutes
director
  • Michael Apted

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