The Stepford Wives
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The secret to a Stepford Wife lies behind the doors of the Men's Association of how woman become different and imobilized robots... (Full plot summary below)

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The secret to a Stepford Wife lies behind the doors of the Men's Association of how woman become different and imobilized robots

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Movie Mom - 9/10 by Nell Minow It's less a movie than a string of jokes, and it loses some momentum in the middle, but a surprising twist at the end helps to add a little zest.
New York Post - 8/10 by Megan Lehmann Its tonal schizophrenia gets the best of it -- the material careens wildly between sly comedy and creeping suspense, with some ill-advised detours into Borscht-belt humor.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger Ebert The 1975 movie tilted toward horror instead of comedy. Now here's a version that tilts the other way, and I like it a little better.
Philadelphia Weekly - 8/10 by Sean Burns A baffling, incoherent debacle so openly contemptuous of the audience that it doesn't even bother pretending to make any sense.
Greenwich Village Gazette - 8/10 by Eric Lurio This has the biggest plot hole in the history of movies.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Jack Mathews The star of this overachieving trifle is not Kidman, it's Paul Rudnick. The New York playwright and screenwriter ("In & Out") has taken a pair of dated watermarks from the '70s - Ira Levin's horror novel and its faithful 1975 movie adaptation - and turned them into a broad, feverishly fey parody.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Wesley Morris Rudnick specializes in hurling poison darts. Here he throws armloads of them, and a surprising number hit the board.
Denver Rocky Mountain News - 8/10 by Robert Denerstein Proves about as menacing as chiffon, the story too often shortchanges logic, and the ending exudes an aroma of desperation.
L.A. Weekly - 8/10 by Ella Taylor Contrary to recent rumors that it was a dud, the new Stepford Wives, with its chocolate-box visual style, archly heavy-handed foreshadowing and its scene-for-scene parody of the original's fright strategies (Walken's waxy menace is once again played for laughs), is a gas.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Lisa Schwarzbaum In the new town of Stepford, there's no bitterness, no struggle, no competition, none of the scars of the sexual revolution.
Aisle Seat - 8/10 by Mike McGranaghan Whatever behind-the-scenes problems there were are not apparent on the screen, and enough things work to make the film worthwhile.
Newark Star-Ledger - 8/10 by Stephen Whitty It's the supporting actors who are the most fun.

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