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1993 was meant to be a major year for Mike Myers. The tremendous success of 1992's "Wayne's World" brought the "Saturday Night Live" player to the attention of Hollywood, who wanted to turn him into a leading man. The year hastily pushed a messy but hilarious "Wayne's World" sequel through the system, and there was also "So I Married an Axe Murderer," with Myers offered a chance to prove his stuff as a romantic lead. There's a certain air of indecision with the feature, which was originally written as more of a chiller and neurotic comedy before Myers and studio demands attempted to change course, creating a softer, broader movie to help the star shine. "So I Married an Axe Murderer" isn't carried along by a defined vision, but it holds together with comedy, with Myers working to make something charmingly silly with the tale of a serial killer, playing to his strengths as a goofball with a fondness for weird character work. Read the rest at


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