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It is an older movie where a woman kills her best friend's husband or boyfriend because he's abusive. She then feeds the dead body to a police officer.

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Sounds similar to Fried Green Tomatoes. Someone else can offer it up as answer. WARNING : BRAG FOLLOWS Besides, I'm topped at points today and can't even use 'em. BRAG ENDS ; ) – Meat Trademark Jun 24 '14 at 22:09
Seems like a good match. I think you should put it up; the day is almost over anyway. ;) – Walt Jun 24 '14 at 22:23
I might if nobody bites. I just wanted to get that joke out of my head, really. I've never really let something like that stop me from posting if I want to. I was kind of hoping I could tip off a newer user to help them build some Rep, though. I'd obviously upvote it if it was at all intelligible and coherent. – Meat Trademark Jun 24 '14 at 22:39
@MeatTrademark Thanks. I haven't answered anything yet today! – BrettFromLA Jun 24 '14 at 22:51
Another hit-n-run downvote. WHY? It was not off-topic, and had enough detail that within minutes I had a guess. (I still always suggest that new users check out the Tour to get a better idea of how this site operates. It also gets you a badge, Petra...) – Meat Trademark Jun 24 '14 at 23:15

Sounds like Fried Green Tomatoes to me.

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From Wikipedia:

Sipsey had killed Frank (with a blow to the head from a cast-iron skillet) while trying to stop him from kidnapping Buddy Jr. Big George then barbecued Frank's body and served it to the Georgia sheriff searching for Frank.

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I think you might be right! : ) – Meat Trademark Jun 24 '14 at 23:11
@MeatTrademark LOL! – BrettFromLA Jun 24 '14 at 23:13

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