So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993)
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  • Charlie has a deep fear of commitment and getting married was the last thing he wanted to do, and to make that fear even worse, he thinks his new wife is an ax murderer
  • Mike Myers is a very funny character and every role or persona he takes on is brought to life with lots of enjoyment to follow, to date, I have not seen a movie starring Mike Myers that I did not like

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      So I Married an Axe Murderer, directed by Thomas Schlamme is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for nudity, language and mock terror. The original release date was July 30, 1993 for United States audiences. This movie falls in the genre of Comedy/Crime/Romance/Thriller and stars Mike Myers as Charlie/Stuart MacKenzie, Nancy Travis as Harriet Michaels, Anthony LaPaglia as Tony Giardino, Amanda Plummer as Rose Michaels and Phil Hartman as John ‘Vicky’ Johnson.

      Charlie


      is a poet who manages to catch the loving eye of Harriet, things were going well to the point where they got married and this was the turning point to all things. Charlie has a deep fear of commitment and getting married was the last thing he wanted to do, and to make that fear even worse, he thinks his new wife is an ax murderer.

      Panic and comedy takes center stage as this is brought ...


      • to light. Charlie is now fighting for his life…so to say, but not from the person who he believes is actually the killer.

        Mike Myers is a very funny character and every role or persona he takes on is brought to life with lots of enjoyment to follow, to date, I have not seen a movie starring Mike Myers that I did not like…even from his days on Saturday Night Live, he was a very funny

        character to deal with.

        I always look forward to see what he comes up with next as I am sure that it will be very entertaining with alot of laughs involved. When you think true comedy, you need look no where else but in the face of Mike himself and you will be popping up afterwards.

        This movie, just like many others, is well worth watching, so go have yourself a good laugh at Mike’s expense. Happy Viewing!




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