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  • There's a lot of neat tricks in Death Becomes Her with some funny bits

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      Death Becomes Her is a 1992 comedy that pits Meryl Streep against Goldie Hawn. The two are mortal enemies, something that goes back two decades when one stole the other’s fiance. Both women are also obsessed with staying young and beautiful. In fact, unbeknownst to each other, at different times both women take an elixir that promises

      to keep them alive forever and always looking beautiful.

      When the two find out they’ve both done the same thing, chaos continues, until they ultimately figure out that they work well together, much to Bruce Willis’ chagrin. Willis is the man who has loved both women. He’s not really much of a prize when you get down to it.

      There’s ...


      • a lot of neat tricks in Death Becomes Her with some funny bits. Streep, known mostly for her Oscar winning dramatic roles, really does very well in this comedic effort. Hawn, of course, is an expert in comedy. That’s her main forte, and she rarely disappoints. It’s really how these two play off of each other that
        makes the film work. Some of it is slapstick-like, but so much more is good, solid comedy.

        Isabella Rossellini is really good, too, in her mysterious role. She’s properly spooky and beautiful.

        I was surprised when I saw Death Becomes Her because I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it turned out to be a pleasant surprise. It’s definitely worth watching.




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