In marriage, no one can hear you scream.
From writer/director Chris Rock (THE LONGEST YARD, MADAGASCAR, HEAD OF STATE) comes a comedy about a man with the perfect marriage - his wife is beautiful, intelligent and a fantastic mother to his children - but there's just one little problem: he's bored out of his suburban businessman's mind. Despite having it all, Richard Cooper can't help but fantasize about having nearly ever woman he sees. Still, it's only fantasy. Then, one fateful day, an alluring, free-spirited, not to mention stunning, old friend suddenly appears at his office door, putting him to the ultimate test. Just how much is Richard Cooper willing to risk when temptation comes after him? After all, he really does love his wife . . . at least he thinks he does.
Chris Rock stars as Richard Cooper, a happily married man faced with a mind-boggling predicament; Gina Torres ("Alias," "The Shield") is Brenda, his wife of seven years who's not about to let go of the man she loves; and Kerry Washington (RAY, THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND) is Nikki, the bold bombshell with the power to blow Richard's formerly routine life right out of the water.
I THINK I LOVE MY WIFE is written by Chris Rock and Louis C.K. (HBO's "Lucky Louie"), based on Eric Rohmer's French cinema classic about the temptations of married life, CHLOE IN THE AFTERNOON.