Stepford Wives, The (2004)

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Original Title : The Stepford Wives
Director : Frank Oz
Writer : 
Paul Rudnick
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Ronald M. Bozman , Leslie J. Converse , Donald De Line , Gabriel Grunfeld , Scott Rudin , ,
Music : David Mansfield (II)
Photography : Rob Hahn
Distributor : Paramount Pictures [us]
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13
IMDB ID : 0327162
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Nicole Kidman Joanna Eberhart
Matthew Broderick I
Bette Midler Bobbie Markowitz
Glenn Close Claire Wellington
Christopher Walken Mike Wellington
Roger Bart Roger Bannister
David Marshall Grant Jerry Harmon
Jon Lovitz Dave Markowitz
Dylan Hartigan Pete Kresby
Fallon Brooking Kimberly Kresby
Faith Hill Sarah Sunderson
Matt Malloy I
Kate Shindle Beth Peters
Tom Riis Farrell Stan Peters
Lorri Bagley Charmaine Van Sant
Robert Stanton II
Lisa Masters Carol Wainwright
Christopher Evan Welch Ed Wainwright
Colleen Dunn II
Jason Kravits Vic Stevens
Emily Wing Additional Stepford Wife
C.S. Lee Additional Stepford Husband
Tony Torn Additional Stepford Husband
Mary Beth Peil Helen Devlin
Andrea Anders Heather
Mike White I
Carrie Preston Barbara
Billy Bush 'I Can Do Better' Host
Tyler McGuckin Adam Markowitz
Nick Reidy Ben Markowitz
Sebastian Rand Max Markowitz
Tanoai Reed Tonkiro
Blaise Corrigan Security Guard
George Aguilar Security Guard
Meredith Vieira 'Balance of Power' Host
Rick Holmes II
KaDee Strickland Tara
Larry King I
Munro M. Bonnell Stepford Guard
Michelle Durning Nurse (as Michele Durning
Kenny Kosek Square Dance Musician
Will Woodard Square Dance Musician
Elizabeth Austin Dancer
Deanna Dys Dancer
Joanne DiMauro Dancer
Digene Farrar Dancer
Bernard Ferstenberg Dancer
James Peter Lynch Dancer
Shannon McGann Dancer (as Shannon McGain
Cristin Mortenson Dancer
Elizabeth A. Patek Dancer
David Purves Dancer
Joseph Ricci Dancer
Mark Vaughn Dancer
Nicole Neeman Business Woman
Laquayva Anthony Businesswoman (uncredited
Judi Beecher Stepford Wife (uncredited
Jess Berry Stepford Daughter (uncredited
Jennifer R. Blake Stepford Wife (uncredited
Myriam Blanckaert Stepford Wife (uncredited
Steven Brown VIII
Eddie Buffum Ballroom Dancer (uncredited
Deanna Destito Network Affiliate (uncredited
Kate Drenckhahn Stepford Wife (uncredited
Diane Durso Stepford Wife (uncredited
Jennifer Gayda Daughter of Stepford Wife (uncredited
Frank Hopf Stepford Husband (uncredited
Janet Huege Stepford Wife (uncredited
Lyn Kagen Business Woman (uncredited
Christy Lee EBS Network Executive (uncredited
Rich Lounello Delivery Man (uncredited
Tim Miller V
Richard O'Rourke Stepford Husband (uncredited
Stela Piskic Stepford Wife (uncredited
Peter J. Rowan Stepford Husband (uncredited
Colleen Sturtevant Scared Viewer (uncredited
Paul Thornton I
Jerome Vivona Ballroom Dancer (uncredited
Dan Weltner Ballroom Dancer (uncredited
Tom Whitacre EBS Network Executive (uncredited
Erika Woods Woman on Cell Phone (uncredited


Joanna Eberhart (Nicole Kidman) is a successful television producer on the verge of yet another emmy-winning streak of tv shows when she is fired from her job at a pretigious network. She then has a mental breakdown and her husband Walter (Matthew Broderick) and their two children (Dylan Hartigan, Fallon Brooking) move to Stepford, Conneticut, the most perfectly perfect little town there ever was. The women of Stepfrod spend all day knitting, gardening, exercising in beautiful dresses, and are the most splendid of all women on Earth. Soon, Joanna along with her best-selling author buddy, Bobbie (Bette Midler) and Democratic, flamboyant fairy friend Roger (Roger Bart) realize that something isn't right in Stepford. All is not as perfect as it seems...especially after Roger and Bobbie are turned into perfect portraits of Stepford. Why are the women of Stepfrod so perfect? What do the Stepford Husabnds have to do with the scheme? Will Joanna ultimately uncover the truth? Or are the Stepford coming for her to make her a blonde, bubbly piece of perfection?


I went to see this movie for the sole reason of seeing Glenn Close, whom is a very great actress. Many people had also commented on how great the original was, so I was ready to see this supposedly great film. I was utterly disappointed.Obviously not sticking to the exact script of the original, the whole thing smelled of modern humor gone terribly bad. Nicole Kidman's character was, at times, convincing.Bette Midler's character was an obvious replay of her previous roles.Glenn Close's character was absolutely unconvincing.But the worst ever was Matthew Broderick's character.I just wanted to cry after watching him flounder about in the depthless role of the weak-then-suddenly-brave and-bad husband. And I'm quite sure the original Stepford Wives didn't have a gay couple--intended, I guess to put a modern twist on it. The characters didn't have pasts, they didn't have reasons to act the way they did.This small detail drove me up a wall:Faith Hill's character has a "blow out" at the party and sparks fly out of her ears.Another wife spits out money like an ATM.It is later revealed that the wives aren't robots, they're merely brainwashed.So tell me how a normal person shoots sparks out of their ears and money out of their mouths? It doesn't make sense! This movie could have been so much better if someone would have actually read the script and then threw it away and wrote something more meaningful. At the end of the movie, I was left there wondering what its point was. But there is one redeeming quality in the movie:the 1950s styled costumes. They were bright, well fitted, and the only thing interesting on the show. So if you are really into the costume thing, just grit your teeth and sit through this hopelessly ridiculous movie.
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