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The Six Wives of Henry Lefay 2010

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3.7 out of 5 stars (24) IMDb 5.2/10

After Henry Lefay (Tim Allen) disappears while skydiving and is presumed dead, his daughter Barbara (Elisha Cuthbert) is left to make the funeral arrangements.

Starring:
Tim Allen, Barbara Barrie
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director Howard Michael Gould
Starring Tim Allen, Barbara Barrie
Supporting actors Elisha Cuthbert, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Jenna Elfman, Edward Herrmann, Andie MacDowell, Chris Klein, S. Epatha Merkerson, Larry Miller, Eric Christian Olsen, Lindsay Sloane, Paz Vega, T. Anthony Quinn, Peter Kybart, Lynne Lipton, William Huntley, Annie O'Sullivan, Starla Benford, James Howarth
Studio Entertainment One
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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this looked like tim allens best movie from the trailers id seen. looked hillarious. well who ever produced those trailers should should get an award as the movie was not nearly as enertaining as it looked in the trailer
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I had never even heard of this movie until I came across it while on Amazon looking to purchase some other DVD's. I was kind of concerned about whether it would be a good movie, or not. I was not disappointed at all. Tim Allen was great in this movie, just like any one of his other many movies.
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This movie was very enjoyable and very funny in spots. As for Tim Allen supposedly
being the "lead" actor he does not have much of a role in the film. It is entertaining and
well-worth a watch. The acting is good. I would recommend this film which is different.
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Tim Allen plays Henry LeFay, a man who never met a woman he didn't marry. Henry is a "Crazy Eddy" type who lives in a small upstate NY town. He is on vacation in Mexico when word comes to his daughter Barbie, that he has died. Barbie, who looks like a Barbie doll, is our voice of reason during this film. The movie then goes into a flashback of Henry, married to a young girl named Autumn (same age as his daughter Barbie), is also engaged to woman who Barbie loathes from high school (3 years younger than his wife Autumn) while he is having an affair with his ex-wife. To be honest, she was wife number 2 and number 4. At one point his ex-wife is chasing Henry with a knife because during oral sex he had answered his cell phone to talk to his fiancee (while his wife was away).

At the funeral, his ex-wives have conflicting instructions, written by Henry as to his funeral arrangements. During the bickering, an African-American woman shows up at the funeral claiming she was really Henry's first wife and that their marriage was annulled after three months. Henry's elderly mom keeps mistaking her for the hired help. In one touching scene Barbie tries to bond with her grandmother by asking her to tell her something she never told her before. As it turns out, grandma was a woman for hire at Pearl Harbor during the war.

After the funeral (I will spare you the comic details of the funeral to prevent spoiling the film) the movie ties up loose ends in a heart warming fashion.

Normally I avoid things with cute title puns such as Joan of Arcadia, or Grey's Anatomy, but this one was good for a laugh. Adult themes, rear nudity, drops the f-bomb very infrequently.
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Barbara Lefay lives in California with her boyfriend. She does not really have much of a relationship with her father Henry Lefay, but when she hears that he died para sailing in Mexico she goes to New York to deal with his death and all of his wives.

On the plane she tells her boyfriend the last time she went back to deal with her father. Henry needed Barbara to help him deal with wife number 3 Veronica who was his business partner. While Barbara was there he wanted her to get to know wife number 6 Autumn and thrown into the mix is wife number 2 (and 4) Ophelia whom Henry was still sleeping with as well as Henry's finance who went to school with Barbara (whom she cant stand)

All six of his wives get together to bury Henry and mayhem ensues.

All in all a very good movie
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I knew Tim Allen would be funney but most of the laughs in this film come from the perfectly played
Nutzzoid charactures of the women in the cast. Some even reminded me of women I actually know!
After much amusement and laughter I ended the movie thinking that had I been involved with such a
wacky bunch of women I would have never let anyone know I was still alive. But its also a good moral
pointer that shows just how complicated a mans life (and death) can become if he does not restrain
himself and remain faithful to one woman. This movie is FUNNY and not what you would expect it to be.
GRIZZ
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By janet roberts on February 25, 2014
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Funny things is a know a few guys that have this thought pattern. Great combination of female personalities a good movie to watch .
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This is a really funny movie, great characters and loaded with many familiar faces, Tim Allen is his usual self, the twists are hilarious, the women who play the parts are well suited.
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