I Think I Love My Wife is a romantic comedy-drama 2007 film directed by and starring Chris Rock and Kerry Washington. Rock co-wrote (with Louis C.K.) and produced the film. It is a remake of the 1972 French film, Chloe in the Afternoon by Éric Rohmer.
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Richard Cooper (Chris Rock) is a happily married man, professionally successful, perfectly content with his home life, his lovely wife Brenda (Gina Torres), and his two young children. There is one problem in his marriage, their sex life has stagnated, leaving Richard frustrated and sex-starved. At one point Brenda accuses Richard of being on the down-low. During those dull days at the office, he occasionally fantasizes about other women, but never acts upon the impulses. He is best friends with coworker George Franco (Steve Buscemi).
An encounter with the sultry Nikki (Kerry Washington) suddenly casts doubt over his typically resilient self-control. At first she claims to just want to be his friend, but she begins to show up consistently at his office just to talk or have lunch, which causes his boss, secretaries and peers to view him with varying degrees of contempt. When Nikki begins to deliberately seduce Richard, he does not know what to do. Later in the movie, she and her fiancé are about to move to Los Angeles. Nikki asks Richard to come to her apartment later to say a "proper goodbye." When he gets to Nikki's apartment, he finds her in her underwear in her bathroom. In the moments before it seems Richard will consummate his feelings for Nikki he realizes how much he has to lose with the love he feels for his children and wife, so he walks out, leaving Nikki calling him back to the bedroom. He comes back home, surprising his wife, and, for the first time in the film, they really connect, with a possible promise of good things to come.
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