I Think I Love My Wife - Preview
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DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Audio commentary by Chris Rock; 13 alternate and deleted scenes; Blooper reel; Fox Movie Channel Presents: Casting Session.
DIRECTEDd by and starring award-winning comedian Chris Rock, I Think I Love My Wife is a new comedy about marriage and the struggle to resist temptation. The film is released to buy on June 2, 2008, from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
A successful investment banker with a beautiful, intelligent wife and two gorgeous kids at home, Richard Cooper (Rock) would seem to have it all. However, between the daily commute from the suburbs to New York City, the endless business meetings, the kids’ diapers and the Wiggles on TV, there’s only one thing on Richard’s mind – women!
He can’t stop thinking about the women he sees on the commuter train in the morning, the women who walk the streets of Manhattan, and the women he fantasizes about in order to relieve the boredom of his mundane routine life.
Happily married to Brenda (Gina Torres), Richard has no intention of actually cheating, until an old friend, the stunning Nikki (Kerry Washington) appears at Richard’s office door asking for help in landing a job.
Meanwhile, Brenda is so preoccupied with raising their two kids, and with her own career, that she has little time for her husband. During lulls in his workday, Richard starts to meet Nikki for late lunches, and his conventional life begins to turn upside down.
Running time: 94mins
UK DVD Release: June 2, 2008