Married to the Mob


Action / Comedy / Crime / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 48%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 15594


Uploaded By: OTTO
October 11, 2014 at 09:16 PM



Michelle Pfeiffer as Angela de Marco
Alec Baldwin as 'Cucumber' Frank de Marco
Nancy Travis as Karen Lutnick
Joan Cusack as Rose
807.08 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 0 / 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kenjha 7 / 10

Amusing Mob Comedy

A recently widowed mafia wife seeks a fresh start, but must deal with romantic overtures from a mob boss as well as an undercover FBI agent who's tailing her. Pfeiffer is wonderful as the woman who can't escape the mob life. Also good is Stockwell as the mob boss who makes the move on Pfeiffer. Modine, however, is miscast as an FBI agent on the case. The role calls for charm, but Modine is so geeky and awkward that it's hard to believe that Pfeiffer would fall for him. Baldwin, who plays Pfeiffer's husband, would have fared better in the Modine role. The supporting cast features a number of familiar faces. Demme provides the breezy direction.

Reviewed by fletch5 7 / 10


Michelle Pfeiffer is ideally cast as the frustrated mob widow in this colourful black comedy. Matthew Modine plays a clumsy FBI agent who has taken a fancy to her. Dean Stockwell steals the show as the big shot who keeps on pestering Pfeiffer; Mercedes Ruehl is dynamic as his jealous wife. It's all very eighties, but that just adds to the fun. A nice little flick, though not for every taste.

Reviewed by larryanderson 3 / 10

Mark Forest on TV.

At the 15 minute mark in the movie, Alex Baldwin gets killed in the Fantasia Motel room by Tony. If you watch the TV that is on in the room, GOLIATH AND THE DRAGON (1960), is playing. Mark Forest is shown in this movie without actually being in it. They show the scenes where he is fighting the bear. Larry Anderson, Canada.

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