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Bitch (2017)

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A woman snaps and assumes the psyche of a vicious dog as her checked-out, philandering husband attempts to keep the family together.



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Jill Hart
Tiffany Hart
Max Hart
Cindy Hart
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Family Lawyer
Asia Mattu ...
Dog voice


The provocative tale of a woman (Marianna Palka) who snaps under crushing life pressures and assumes the psyche of a vicious dog. Her philandering, absentee husband (Jason Ritter) is forced to become reacquainted with his four children and sister-in-law (Jaime King) as they attempt to keep the family together during this bizarre crisis.

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Bring a chew toy.






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10 November 2017 (USA)  »

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Suka  »

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Written and Performed by Rio Mangini
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For the most part - obnoxious, screaming kids & crazed dad/hubby
24 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

I like a good black comedy BUT this one did not do anything for me. Flashing shots of wife covered in her own feces and mostly realistic grunts, growls and flash shots of hands clawing at door. Wow...such drama. Best line from kids: It smells like s..t in here. In fact, the only way they could survive would be to walk around spraying room deodorant, but alas they thereafter acted as if rose blossoms filled the house. Sister arrives and does nothing when hubby refuses to consider any medical treatment for his canine acting wife who is a clear danger to herself and others, hence locked the basement.

I watched one scene, with bust flash shots and which makes no sense. Police arrive, insist on seeing her and head toward the basement. We see a 1/2 second screenshot of wife on a stretcher, covered with a blanket. Yet, the next time she is on the screen she is still lying in the basement and later leaves the basement. Films do not usually have such story line errors, so can not figure that one out. There was a hubby dream sequence shortly afterwards but not when the police arrive and enter the house.

There is no development of the wife since the film opens when she has already decided that suicide is a great solution. As noted in my title, the gaggle of kids are obnoxious, uncaring and their ranting, yelling and running amuck takes up a major portion of the film, or so it seems. Hubby is soooo unlikable I was cheering for him to crash and burn.

In the end this was a failed effort at making a good black comedy.

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