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Mark L. Lester
Lou Diamond Phillips,
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Typical suspense thriller that has its share of deviant dealings and heated passion as Scott Bakula becomes obsessed with his friend's (John Getz) wife (Chelsea Field) and soon a torrid affair starts with Field slowly taking control of Bakula's life. Old hat late-night cable fare all the way as the movie is so silly that it almost knows just how contrived and mediocre it is. Bakula seemed to really be going into limbo during this time period as he tried unsuccessfully to make it big in movie houses after his run on "Quantum Leap" was completed (he also starred in the stinker "Color of Night" in 1994). If nothing else though this picture brought Bakula and Field together in real life and their marriage is still ongoing. Turkey (0 stars out of 5).
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