Taxi driver John Smith (Danny Dyer) is the happiest man in the world - until one night, while saving a bag lady (Judi Dench) from muggers, he's knocked unconscious. When he doesn't come home, his wife Stephanie (Sarah Harding) calls the police -and so does his other wife Michelle (Denise Van Outen)!! Soon John is out of hospital, racing to stop the police finding out he's a bigamist and to stop his two wives finding out their cab driver husband has been taking them both for a ride! With best mate Gary (Neil Morrissey) trying - and hilariously failing - to help, John ducks and dives to keep out of jail - and to save his marriages to the two women he truly loves.
A classic style comedy caper with a multitude of celebrity cameos
- Run for Your Wife review by Martin J from Portsmouth
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This is a British comedy featuring a massive roll call of famous names and a Carry On type of story. I do not think that this film did as well in the cinema as they had hoped for as I do remember following the film from production to release on Facebook and they had made an effort to get it noticed including all the cameos from mostly older stars playing to type who remember when this sort of film was standard. It is worth viewing to spot everyone and the story is a gentle take on the consequences of bigamy which I am glad people can joke about including some old style slap stick. The main characters fit there roles including Daniel Dyer and Niel Morrisy and Christopher Biggin with Lional Blair. The ladies add to the fun getting more and more confused as the lad's get into more and more trouble and the stories get more elaborate to conceal there deception including from the police and local press. I would recommend this film for fans of British comedy and to spot the famous names along the way.