The Stepford Wives (2004) Movie Review
In THE STEPFORD WIVES, Walter (Broderick) and Joanna (Kidman) Eberhart are the newest residents in a suburban neighborhood in Stepford. Seeing that the women she surrounds herself with all seem to be cut from the same mold, and are seemingly incapable of thinking for themselves, Joanna begins to think something suspicious is going on in Stepford. Upon realizing that her friends have been replaced by robots and that she’s next on the list, Joanna and Walter decide to turn the tables and expose the truth about what’s really been going on in Stepford.
About The Stepford Wives (2004)
Starring: Christopher Walken, Nicole Kidman, C.S. Lee, Matthew Broderick, Roger Bart, Carrie Preston, Jon Lovitz, Glenn Close, Matt Malloy, Nick Reidy, Mary Beth Peil, Robert Stanton, Lorri Bagley, Bette Midler, Billy Bush, David Marshall Grant, Dylan Hartigan, Tyler McGuckin, Fallon Brooking, Faith Hill, Kate Shindle, Tom Riis Farrell, Lisa Masters, Christopher Evan Welch, Colleen Dunn, Jason Kravits, Emily Wing, Tony Torn, Andrea Anders, Mike White
Director: Frank Oz
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