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Double Cross (1994)

A chance encounter with a blonde in a sports car causes a man to give chase in his souped up mustang and culminates in a car crash and a sexual encounter. The blonde asks that he sign that ... See full summary »

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A chance encounter with a blonde in a sports car causes a man to give chase in his souped up mustang and culminates in a car crash and a sexual encounter. The blonde asks that he sign that the accident was really her husband's fault, who was not even present, for insurance issues. The sex-befuddled dummy agrees and finds himself the alibi for a murder and with his own past criminal record, he fears jail for lying under oath. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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A body made for pleasure. A mind set on murder.


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It's worth a view because..........
13 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

This film does not hold up at all, but it's worth a view because of Kelly Preston. The story meanders into predictability, lacks any sort of suspense, and without having a standout performer it does not keep you interested long. I mean, the whole young woman with rich older man scenario is overplayed; the ruthless but sensitive outsider is thoughtless; but Kelly Preston gives you a rare performance.

If your interested in seeing Kelly stripped down a bit, this might be one of the best chances you get. She has a career of avoiding nude scenes, and while she is flaming hot in this picture, she melts on screen in 3 scenes here (with the help of a luscious body double). No real nudity, again a body double's backside (though you are convinced it's Kelly's), but two scenes where Kelly is scantily clothed, and she pulls of very erotic acting. Want to see her in lingerie, rent this.

As for the film, the ending actually is wicked. It has an odd, though predictable, twist, and I think its well shot too. Yes people die and there's lots of deceit, but besides the hot-bod Preston, the film has enough lure to warrant 6 out of 10 stars.


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