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Sibling Rivalry (film)

Sibling Rivalry is a 1990 comedy film directed by Carl Reiner and starring Kirstie Alley, Sam Elliott, Jami Gertz, Bill Pullman, Carrie Fisher, and Scott Bakula.

Sibling Rivalry
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byCarl Reiner
Produced byLiz Glotzer
David Lester
Don Miller
Written byMartha Goldhirsh
Starring
Music byJack Elliott
CinematographyReynaldo Villalobos
Edited byBud Molin
Production
company
Castle Rock Entertainment
Nelson Entertainment
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
  • October 26, 1990 (1990-10-26)
Running time
88 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$16 million[1]
Box office$17,854,930 (USA)

PlotEdit

Marjorie Turner has been married for eight years and is tired of her husband Harry's neglect and his snooty relatives, most of them doctors. One day her sister, Jeanine, urges her to break out of her rut and have a fling.

At a grocery store, Marjorie allows herself to be picked up for a quick sexual tryst. Unfortunately, her lover dies during the act. Even more unfortunately, the dead man turns out to be Harry's long-absent brother.

Complications ensue, some of them involving a blinds salesman -- not a blind one, but a man who sells vertical blinds -- named Meany who feels responsible for the man's death, as well as Meany's brother, a police officer investigating the case.

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ProductionEdit

Principal photography began on April 16, 1990 & ended on June 21, 1990. Filming took place in and Los Angeles & Marin County, California. Interior scenes were filmed on set at Warner Bros Studios.

ReleaseEdit

Sibling Rivalry was released on October 26, 1990 in 1,448 theatres. It opened at #2 at the box office, grossing $4 million in its opening weekend. It stayed at #2 in its second weekend grossing $8.424.402. After three months in theatres, the film went on to gross $17,854,933 in its theatrical run.

ReceptionEdit

The film has received negative reviews from critics and has a 22% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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