'I Think I Love My Wife' needs its mouth washed out
Last updated 4/12/2007 at Noon
In “I Think I Love My Wife” Chris Rock’s character, Marcus Cooper, acts in very moronic ways, and just when the consequences of his asinine behavior go too far, the audience is saved by some very funny situation. In true Rock style, the character gets low down, mean and dirty but is redeemed by his sense of right and wrong.
Except for Mr. Whitey; the white man does not escape without being cut down to size with some well-deserved putdowns. It’s refreshing to see a portrayal of a young African-American upper-income New York City family with a good life and bright future. If only eve...