Life Without Dick
|Life Without Dick|
|Directed by||Bix Skahill|
|Produced by||Emily Stevens
|Written by||Bix Skahill|
|Starring||Sarah Jessica Parker
Harry Connick, Jr.
|Music by||David Nessim Lawrence|
|Edited by||Peter Fandetti|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Video|
|February 5, 2002|
Life Without Dick is a direct-to-video 2002 American black comedy film written and directed by Bix Skahill. The film focuses on the relationship that develops between an incompetent hitman and a woman who accidentally kills her boyfriend when she discovers he's leaving her for another woman.
Colleen Gibson doesn't realize live-in boyfriend Dick Rasmusson, a third-rate private detective, has been cheating on her until phony psychic Madame Hugonaut inadvertently provides accurate details about his most recent indiscretion. When Colleen confronts him with what she believes is an empty gun, she shoots and kills Dick, who ironically had loaded the firearm without her knowledge.
Enter Daniel Gallagher, an Irish mobster whose desire to be a crooner was dampened by his ex-girlfriend Mary when she laughed at his singing. Daniel has managed not to kill anyone in his short career as a hit man, so when he discovers Colleen has killed Dick, who was next on his hit list, he's happy to take the credit and tell his boss and brother-in-law Jared O'Reilly that he finally completed an assignment. Unfortunately, Jared starts giving him a lot more assignments, and Daniel enlists Colleen to do his dirty work for him.
Complicating matters are Daniel's sister Ivy, who would like to see her husband dead; two bumbling detectives investigating Dick's murder; and the reappearance of Mary and her new boyfriend, mumbling Tony Moretti.
- Sarah Jessica Parker ..... Colleen Gibson
- Harry Connick, Jr. ..... Daniel Gallagher
- Johnny Knoxville ..... Dick Rasmusson
- Craig Ferguson ..... Jared O'Reilly
- Teri Garr ..... Madame Hugonaut
- Brigid Brannagh ..... Ivy O'Reilly
- Claudia Schiffer ..... Mary
- Erik Palladino ..... Tony Moretti
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