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===Story=== Psychological twists and turns strangle the plot of this disappointing effort from the director of ''The Stunt Man'', Richard Rush. Emotionally damaged psychiatrist Bruce Willis leaves his practice behind and moves to LA when a patient commits suicide in front of him. Out of the goodness of his broken heart, he takes over the practice of a murdered colleague (Scott Bakula). Jane March is the needy but mysterious woman who literally crashes into his life, making sexual advances the good doctor soon reciprocates. What March seems to need most, however, is underwear. The plot and the dialogue vacillate between silly and inane, leaving us with some so-so sex and overblown performances. This could explain why it was the winner of the 1995 Razzie Award for Worst Picture. If you want a more effective thriller that delves into damaged psyches, take another look at Alfred Hitchcock's ''Vertigo''. ''--Rochelle O'Gorman'' ===DVD Features=== *Color *Closed-captioned *Dolby *Widescreen


Bruce WillisBill Capa
Jane MarchRose
Rubén BladesMartinez
Lesley Ann WarrenSondra
Scott BakulaBob Moore
Brad DourifClark
Lance HenriksenBuck
Kevin J. O'ConnorCasey
Eriq La SalleAnderson
Jeff CoreyAshland
Erick AvariErick Avari

  • Genre: Mystery Movies
  • Director: Richard Rush
  • Producer: Buena Vista
  • Length: 121 min
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaAug 19, 1994
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaMar 4, 2003
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