For Richer Or Poorer (DVD)

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Description

New York high-fliers Brad (Tim Allen) and Caroline Sexton (Kirstie Alley) are forced out of their palatial home when they suddenly discover they owe the IRS three million dollars in back taxes. Fleeing to Pennsylvania to avoid payment, they take refuge in an Amish community, posing as the distant cousins of a farming family. Inevitably their materialistic values are called into question as they acclimatise to their new found self-sufficient lifestyle.

Product Details

Barcode
5050582359404
Department
Movies & TV
Released
4 Apr 2011
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Comedy
Region
Region 2, Region 4, Region 5
Language
English
Secondary Languages
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian
Studio
UCA
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
  • Enhanced WS tv
Runtime
111 min
Age Restriction
12
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
For Richer or Poorer
Release Year
1997
Running Time
116 min
Language
English
Categories
Comedies / Bucolic / Marriage / On-The-Run / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
A sleazy Manhattan real estate developer and his fussy wife find themselves on the run from the Feds after their accountant diverts their income tax payments into his personal savings. Drawing on research from "Witness," the two squabblers pass themselves off as new arrivals at the Amish community of Intercourse, PA (no, really), in austere surroundings that provide for plenty of yuks.
Cast & Crew
Director
Bryan Spicer
Star
Tim Allen / Kirstie Alley / Megan Cavanagh / Wayne Knight / Michael Lerner / Larry Miller / Miguel A. Nunez / Carrie Preston / John Pyper-Ferguson / Jay O. Sanders
Screenwriter
Jana Howington / Steve Lukanic
Composer
Randy Edelman
Producer
Bill Sheinberg / Jon Sheinberg / Sid Sheinberg
Director of Photography
Buzz Feitshans
Editor
Russell Denove
Production Designer
Stephen Hendrickson
Costume Designer
Abigail Murray
Cameo
Marla Maples
Movie Critics
New York Times
"...Jay O. Sanders gives an appealing performance..."
Lawrence Van Gelder (12 Dec 1997, p.E16)
Premiere
"...Allen's befuddled likability guarantees a pyrrhic hit..."
Christine Spines (1 Jan 1998, p.22)