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Two right wingers? No thanks.
This was a alright movie, I know my boyfriend watches it when it is on t.v. I think that he likes this movie more then I like it lol. It was cute it's alright to pass the time and watch if it is on t.v. sometimes. Very 90's known actors, kind of bland with a lot of small talk throughout. It's alright not the worst movie I ever watched or the best.
One of my favorite movies ever! My family watches every few years! Favorite line... I'm gonna need just a little bit of mustard!
It's a Tim Allen movie. Normally I'd leave it at that, but Kirstie Alley added a lot to this otherwise forgettable movie. For Richer Or Poorer doesn't get the credit it deserves; sure, it's a formulaic, by-the-numbers, wacky comedy from the late 90's, but it has its charm. I honestly don't see why it got such low ratings.
It's good movie to watch
11/25/2016: A decent movie with some funny moments.
What makes this film amusing is the cast.
A joyless,laugh less comedy.
This is one of the worst kind of Hollywood comedies: one so lazy and "sincere" that it doesn't even try to be funny. Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley, as a hateful couple on the run from the IRS, are too unlikeable to care about their inevitable redemption. There's even a sentimental courtroom scene at the end. It also commits the cardinal sin of failing to make the great Larry Miller look funny.
Some funny parts, but not the most accurate depiction of the Amish.