For Richer or Poorer

"Grim"

For Richer or Poorer Review


Not quite as bad as you've heard, but bad nonetheless. For Richer or Poorer certainly scrapes the bottom of the comedy barrel for Amish humor, done better in Kingpin, without the schmaltz. The story of an estranged husband and wife on the run from the IRS is a throwaway, but this Witness-gone-awry has a few redeeming moments. Probably not one for the permanent collection, but it's better than most sitcoms.


For Richer or Poorer

Facts and Figures

Run time: 115 mins

In Theaters: Friday 12th December 1997

Box Office Worldwide: $31.6M

Budget: $35M

Distributed by: Universal Pictures

Production compaines: Universal Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 15%
Fresh: 3 Rotten: 17

IMDB: 5.6 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Brad, as Caroline, as Bob Lachman, as Inspector Derek Lester


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