Death Becomes Her


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 61%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 88102


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Goldie Hawn as Helen Sharp
Meryl Streep as Madeline Ashton
Bruce Willis as Ernest Menville
Isabella Rossellini as Lisle Von Rhuman
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759.93 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
P/S 5 / 22
1.57 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
P/S 4 / 18

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Paul Evans 8 / 10

Comedy that will crack you up.

Helen loses her man, and control over her life, due to the glamour of the atractive Madeline Ashton. Fixated on revenge, Helen discovers a secret that will change her life forever, but beauty comes at a price.

It's hard to think that Death become her was made back in 1992, it's so fresh and current. The humour is wonderfully witty, the delivery is subtle. A great trio in Streep, Hawn and Willis, each has impeccable comic timing, they combine so well. I'm struck by just how glamorous Meryl Streep was, perfect for this role. Some truly funny lines throughout, it's a shame the comedy horror genre has all but died out, Death becomes her serves as a reminder at just how good the genre can be.

Big thumbs up from me.

Reviewed by WolfTheLycan 9 / 10

Fun, Wacky Horror Comedy!!

As a horror comedy, this movie is one of the best! However, it's not amazing. First off, I really like the concept of this film. I, also, like how incredibly weird it is. All the actors were well-selected. There is one, major flaw I have with the film: Pointless nudity. It seems to be the filmmakers excuse to make the film have the PG-13 rating on the MPAA. It would have been a fantastic film if it wasn't for the pointless nudity. In the end, Death Becomes Her is a fun, wacky horror film, and I recommend you watch it with an open mind.

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 6 / 10

A touch of youth and eternal life...

I remember watching this movie back in the mid 1990's, give or take, and do recall it as being an entertaining movie. So I took the time to sit down and watch it again in 2017.

And let me just start out by saying that having aged 25 years has done nothing to the movie, because it is every bit as entertaining and enjoyable now as it was back then. So one might speculate whether or not the potion that thwarts aging and restores youth have been given to the movie as well...

The story is about the rivalry between two friends; Helen Sharp (played by Goldie Hawn) and Madeline Ashton (played by Meryl Streep). Helen is engaged to be married to Ernest Menville (played by Bruce Willis) when Madeline swoops in an steal him away. Ernest and Madeline become married, but the years of marriage wedges an emotional separation between them, and during these years Helen is down on her luck and harbors a strong resentment towards Madeline all these years. 12 years later, Helen walks back into the lives of Ernest and Madeline, and things are taking a very unexpected turn...

It is a combination of storyline, acting performances and special effects that keep this movie fresh and up to date. Yes, even while the movie is from 1992, the special effects are quite good and still do manage to stand up to the effects of today.

The music score for the movie was quite good, as it should be of course at the hands of Alan Silvestri.

Director Robert Zemeckis managed to turn writers Martin Donovan and David Koepp's story into a very enjoyable movie on the screen.

If you haven't already seen "Death Becomes Her", then I can strongly recommend that you find the time to do so, should you happen to get the chance, because this is a rather nice movie.

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