See more » Beverly Sutphin (Kathleen Turner) seems to be a typical Betty Crocker suburban housewife.
Director: Ken Jubenvill Importing illegal automatic weapons for resale is a big business and Moe is the middleman.
It is John Waters' best mainstream film, and its tongue-in-cheek portrayal of suburbia, domesticity, the media, and conventional gender roles is delightfully subversive.
Kathleen Turner was criminally underrated--this was her best performance to date.
The actress served about two-and-a-half years of a three-year sentence for the 2010 accident in Montgomery Township that killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman and seriously injured Seeman’s husband, Fred. Locane was convicted of vehicular manslaughter, assault by auto and other offences and faced a sentencing range of five to 10 years on the most serious count. Locane’s defence contended the crash was an accident and that a third motorist, whose car the actress had bumped into at a traffic light in the minutes before the accident, distracted her by honking at her and chasing her after being rear-ended.
Former “Melrose Place” actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer, second from left, of Hopewell Township, N. is taken into custody after jurors in Somerville, N.