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Kurt Russell and Madeleine Stowe refused to use a body double for the sex scene.
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For his portrayal of a psychopathic cop actor Ray Liotta got nominated for an MTV Movie Award in 1993 for Best Actor for this movie.
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One of a cycle of thrillers made during the early 1990s which were set around husband and wife characters. The films include Malice (1993), Deceived (1991), Shattered (1991), Mortal Thoughts (1991), Consenting Adults (1992), Unlawful Entry (1992), Presumed Innocent (1990), Guilty as Sin (1993), Sleeping with the Enemy (1991) and A Kiss Before Dying (1991).
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One of a number of early career roles where actor Ray Liotta portrayed a psychopathic or sociopathic character.
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A Bollywood remake of this movie, Fareb (1996), was made and released around four years later in 1996.
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Star Madeleine Stowe appears in the love-making sequence topless.
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The U.S. Legal website defines 'Unlawful Entry' as an ". . . illegal entry upon lands or structures without force but by means of fraud or other willful wrong. It is closely related to housebreaking. But unlike housebreaking, the intent to commit an offense within the place entered is not needed for this offense. The basis of proof for this offense is that the entry was unlawful and that the conduct of the accused was contrary to good order and discipline. Burglary may be one of three types: forcible entry, attempted forcible entry, or unlawful entry. Unlawful entry refers to persons without the legal right to be on the property and who have gained entry even though force was not used."
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One of two theatrically released cinema movies directed by Jonathan Kaplan that debuted in the year of 1992. The films were Love Field (1992) and Unlawful Entry (1992).
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The movie was made a year after the big box office hit Terminator 2 Judgement Day (1991) which also had a bad LAPD cop played by Robert Patrick but the twist was, he was a shape shifting terminator. Ray Liotta later worked with Robert Patrick on Cop Land in which they both were corrupt cops.
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The name of the pet fluffy brown and white cat was "Tiny" and was billed in the closing credits as "Tiny the Cat" and was portrayed by a feline named Merv.
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The name of the security company was The Wickham Security Co. Their slogan was "total security for your home or business".
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The name of the police force was the LAPD - the Los Angeles Police Department. Their motto and date of inception, as seen in the movie on a police vehicle, is "to serve and protect" being founded in 1781. In reality, the motto of the LAPD is "To Protect and to Serve" and was founded around 1853-1869.
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Both Ray Liotta and Roger E. Mosley share the same birthday. December 18th.
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