Married to the Mob
Married to the Mob ★★★ 1988 (R)
After the murder of her husband, an attractive Mafia widow tries to escape “mob” life, but ends up fighting off amorous advances from the current mob boss while being wooed by an undercover cop. A snappy script and a spry performance by Pfeiffer pepper this easy-to-watch film. 102m/C VHS, DVD . Michelle Pfeiffer, Dean Stockwell, Alec Baldwin, Matthew Modine, Mercedes Ruehl, Anthony J. Nici, Joan Cusack, Ellen Foley, Chris Isaak, Trey Wilson, Charles Napier, Tracey Walter, Al Lewis, Nancy Travis, David Johansen, Jonathan Demme; D: Jonathan Demme; W: Mark Burns, Barry Strugatz; C: Tak Fujimoto; M: David Byrne. N.Y. Film Critics ‘88: Support. Actor (Stockwell); Natl. Soc. Film Critics ‘88: Support. Actor (Stockwell), Support. Actress (Ruehl).
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