I Think I Love My Wife

Release Date: March 16, 2007

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41/48 Kim Hollis I love Chris Rock, but not his movies.

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You may not remember it, but Chris Rock made his directorial debut a few years back with the comedy Head of State. Since then, he's moved on to greater things, most particularly the creation of the marvelous little television show Everybody Hates Chris. If you're not watching it, it's worth a half hour of your time to check it out.

Rock returns to the directors chair as he works from a screenplay he co-wrote with Louis C.K. He also stars as a gentleman who finds himself, to quote a golden oldie, torn between two lovers. Nikki (Kerry Washington) is the free-spirited girl who is the perfect ideal for the daydreams of Rock's character, Richard. Trouble is, he's married. His lovely wife, Brenda (Gina Torres), might be the woman of his real-world dreams, but her preoccupation with her job and coordinating the schedules of their children has made her inaccesible.

I Think I Love My Wife seems to veer to the side of being a romantic comedy, which is a different genre than Rock generally works in. He definitely has a solid fanbase and could produce a minor hit here. (Kim Hollis/BOP)

Vital statistics for I Think I Love My Wife
Main Cast Chris Rock, Kerry Washington, Gina Torres
Supporting Cast Steve Buscemi
Director Chris Rock
Screenwriter Chris Rock, Louis C.K.
Distributor Fox Searchlight
Trailer Click Here for Trailer
Official Site http://www.foxsearchlight.com/ithinkilovemywife/
Rating R
Screen Count 1,800 (Estimated)
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