Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Rebecca De Mornay, Michael Rooker, Mark Rolston, Lisa Zane, Shareen Mitchell
Director: Ron Senkowski
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
She'd kill to be loved. Matt Draper (Michael Rooker) is a man with a double life. Nestled in a quiet town lives Ruth (Rebecca DeMornay), sexy wife number one. Miles away in the middle of the city lives the second wife. Bot... more »
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jim lantz jr. | phoenix, arizona United States | 07/17/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I really saw alot in the this movie. A guy who married the right woman to enhance the career but needed something spicey on the side,someone who started out being controlled by lust,then he had to gain his control back by ... induced mind games.Ruth was fighting for her sanity and to be loved completely i.e. baby.I liked the performance of Rebecca DeMornay in this because of the complicated character she played. A stripper,humorous,insecurity,fighting for her husbands attention,bored housewife with a troubled past,not a ozzie and harriet type of family childhood. I would have liked to have seen the shift of power,matt being controlled by Ruth in the beginning but Matt tries to use ... on Ruth to control her.That Rebecca DeMornay is one intelligent actress capable of playing any role. She might be one woman who could tell me something I don't already know.Watch this one! Jim"
Coen Brothers meets David Lynch
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wasn't expecting much knowing the producers do mostly straight to video, but was surprised by the camera angles and dialogue. Very fun and unpredictable. Get to see DeMornay with biggest bust she's had in any movie. Heard she was nursing during this one. Not that that matters for film geeks, but, well, they are sitting out there in most of the scenes. Okay then."
Edge of your Seat Movie
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is an edge of your seat movie that keeps you watching from start to finish. This is about a man who says he is going on field trips for work, but instead is going to the house of his other wife, which wife #1 does not know about. I could not stop watching this. I tried predicting what was going to happen next, but I was wrong, and I loved that I was wrong. Too many movies are too predictable and this one is not at all. This is easily the best movie I have ever seen. Rent it or buy it today. It is more than worth it. The ending is shocking. I could of never guessed what was going to happen, and this movie is full of surprises. I love it. Wicked Ways is an A+ movie! I was extremely impressed the first time I watched it. This movie deserves five stars. Any movie that can hook me into it so good that I do not want to leave my seat, deserves the honor of me writing this review to tell everyone else out there, that this is not just anyone predictable thriller, it is one of the best movies out there! I haven't told you much about the plot and the shocking surprises, and that is because I want you to see it for yourself. Go see it!! Trust me, there are a very few amount of movies I actually like, and I more than liked this one, I loved Wicked Ways!"
Average movie. Great perfromance by Rebecca De Mornay.
Calle | 11/01/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Rebecca De Mornay makes a great job as usual in this average thriller. She plays a very confused and not quite sane wife of a man who's always "working" (=having a second family in another city). Her character, Ruth, is an interesting character. The movie, however, feels like a made-for-TV-movie. It is an average movie and with another lead actress it would probably be quite forgettable. But still, it is something about it that makes it quite appealing and enjoyable. I recommend Rebecca De Mornay fans to at least rent it. She's a very talented actress, and beautiful too."