Death Becomes Her

Death Becomes Her
Madeline Ashton and Helen Sharp have been lifelong friends who turn bitter enemies when popular actress, Madeline, steals Helen’s fiancée, and renowned plastic surgeon, Ernest Menville. Years later, Helen, now a best-selling author, reemerges as youthful as ever. Madeline, who’s struggling with her own aging issues finds Lisle Von Rhuman, who happens to have the secret of youth. But, at what cost will all of this cost? Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Death Becomes Her”.

· Near the beginning of the movie, Helen and Ernest visit Madeline in her dressing room. Madeline kisses Helen, leaving a lipstick print on the upper part of her left cheek. She asks about “the writing thing” and the lipstick mark is farther down, near Helen’s jaw.

· Ernest is talking to Helen on the phone after Madeline falls down the stairs. The phone cord can be seen running down the side of the wall and into the phone. Madeline startles him and Ernest starts to walk back. He’s still holding the phone but the cord is no longer attached.

· Helen arrives at the house and Madeline shoots her. Helen is thrown backwards, landing in the fountain face-up. A few moments later, Helen regains consciousness and starts to get up, she is face down in the fountain.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Near the end of the movie, Madeline and Helen are leaving Ernest’s funeral. They’re arguing over the spray can when it falls down the stairs. The overhead view shows the spray can land on the pavement at the bottom of the stairs. Helen and Madeline fall down the steps and land at the bottom a few moments later but the spray can is gone.

“Death Becomes Her” (1992) stars Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis, Isabella Rossellini, Alaina Reed-Hall, and John Ingle. It runs 104 minutes and is rated PG-13 for some nudity and off-color humor.

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