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Life Without Dick (Sous-titres français)

Sarah Jessica Parker , Harry Connick Jr. , Bix Skahill    DVD
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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Sarah Jessica Parker and Harry Connick Jr. star in this oddly sunny attempt at black comedy. (And yes, it stoops to Dick jokes.) Parker plays Colleen, a good girl with a bad boyfriend named Dick. This problem is solved when she kills him within the film's first few moments. The rest of the movie is filled with wackiness, some of which hits and some of which misses. The plot isn't a bad one, with bits of information cleverly revealed through flashbacks and at least one pretty good twist, and the terrific (and sadly underused) Teri Garr appears in a cameo that she could do standing on her head. Life Without Dick is best suited for Harry Connick Jr. fans, as he spends most of the movie being affably handsome, and the other characters repeatedly beg him to sing. This earnest little comedy probably won't ever find mass appeal, but its weirdness will doubtless find it a cult following somewhere. --Ali Davis

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Original Title: Life Without Dick. Actors: Craig Ferguson - Harry Connick Jr. - Johnny Knoxville - Sarah Jessica Parker - Teri Garr. Director: Bix Skahill. Format: DVD. Format Size: Fullscreen Widescreen. Runtime: 96 Mins. Language: English. Region code: Region 1 (United States Canada Bermuda U.S. territories). Discs: 1. Rating: Unrated. Genre: Comedy. Release Year: 2002.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious June 3 2004
By A Customer
Fantastic movie. Sarah Jessica Parker is hot and histerical and with the likes of our Jackass star and the cheesy Harry Connick Jr., you really can't go wrong for this fun, popcorn flick.
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1.0 out of 5 stars TERRIBLE MOVIE! Dec 1 2003
By A Customer
DON'T SEE THIS MOVIE! What a waste of a good Saturday. The only reason I saw it was because I am related to one of the actors with a minor role. The plot is horrible and the actors act about as much as a beetle. The only good thing about this movie is that it was in focus.
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1.0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE March 31 2003
Format:VHS Tape
I laugh at almost anything. This movie was supposed to be a comedy? The characters were annoying and it seemed like a kindergartner wrote it. Simple. There was not much too it. Do not buy or rent this movie for that matter. I couldn't stand to finish the movie. I shut it off before it ended...It was a failed attempt at comedy.
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Ok, I admit it. I don't care much for "Sex In The City". Hey, I'm a guy, and it's not a guy show. But hey, if you're a fan of Sara Jessica Parker and her brand of humor, you will probably like "Life Without Dick".
Directed by Bix Skahill for Columbia Tristar pictures, this is a low-brow, romantic comedy starring Sara Jessica Parker and Harry Connick Jr. It runs aproximately 97 minutes on VHS.
The movie opens with Parker's character, Colleen, accidentally killing her boyfriend while attempting to scare him because she believed he was cheating on her. Unbeknownst to our heroine, her boyfriend was on a hit list of a local Irish Mafia kingpin, and the hitman is none other than Harry Connick Jr. Connick plays a would-be hitman who has a gift for singing and an inability to kill people. The plot then follows these two unlikely lovers as they find that Colleen actually is a better hitman than Connick.
Of course, in the end the bad guy gets caught, the odd couple really do fall in love, and life is grand.
Woven into all this unlikelyhood are ironic twists, dumb cops, and various parodies. Fairly typical for a movie of this type.
How would I rate this? I give it three stars, because you have to be a fan of the actors involved to even be interested in this movie. Not much intelligence is required to digest it, and it really is not that funny. It wanders, it meanders, it is hard to stay involved with, but then again, that's a Sara Jessica Parker trademark, isn't it? However, you gotta love Harry Connick Jr.'s voice.
My suggestion would be to rent a good Robin Williams movie instead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best comedy I've seen in years Aug. 27 2002
By A Customer
Apparently my opinion of this movie seems to differ from that of the others who reviewed it.My thoery is they were not quite intelligent enough to understand it.It was original and the jokes for the most part were quite intelligent albeit silly.I haven't laughed this hard since hotshots part deux. If you like zany comedies this should be right up your ally.
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Man, this was one slow movie. A lot of SJP's giggles and gam, but not enough substance. I bet that even Parker and Connick wouldn't watch this one. You shouldn't bother, either.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Castrate this film June 5 2002
A dissapointment from Harry Connick Jr., but then I guess he doesn't get offered the A-roles at the moment. Oh but Harry, when you read the screenplay, didn't you see the train wreck coming? The screenwriting has horrible for this film. Perhaps the blame could be shifted to the editing if there were critical scenes left out that would have made the film's transistions and plausibility smoother. I doubt it. Poor writing for a black comedy with able actors makes for a poor movie that very few actors can pull out of a pit of mediocrity.
Sarah Jessica Parker does an excellent job at portraying herself, and Harry Connick Jr. seems a bit confused onscreen at times, I think wondering like myself why he ever let his agent talk him into this role.
Harry Connick Jr. lovers: go see Hope Floats or Copy Cat and save your money on this one.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Talk about middle of the road... May 5 2002
This movie wasn't great...but it wasn't horrible either. The only reason I rented it was because I'm madly in love with Harry Connick Jr. To tell you the truth, he acted better in Hope Floats and Memphis Belle.
In this movie, he plays a hit man who, unfortunately, can't bring himself to kill anyone. The role didn't suit him at all. All he really did was stand around and look pretty...and sing. Sarah Jessica Parker plays his love interest, a nice girl who accidentally kills her loser boyfriend. She's a little off balance throughout the movie, though. Like she's been handed this role and she doesn't know what to do with it. And Johnny Knoxville...he was in the first half hour and that was it. Why in the world is his name on the cover along with Parker and Connick, Jr.? He's a minor character at best.
But still, the movie wasn't a total loss. There are some hilarious scenes that save the movie and make up for everything else. Rent it if you plan on wasting an afternoon.
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