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A Passion to Kill (1994)

A psychiatrist (Bakula) gets involved with his best friend's wife (Field) who may be a murderer.

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Diana
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Beth
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Jerry
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Ted
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Lou Mazaud
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Morales
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Martindale
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Robinson
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A psychiatrist (Bakula) gets involved with his best friend's wife (Field) who may be a murderer.

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4 November 1994 (USA)  »

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A megszállottság törvénye  »

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A real clinker
5 December 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Due mostly to the casting and the boring script. Rick King, the director, must have been in a coma to hire some of these non actor types. Namely Chelsea Field and Scott Bakula. Both to this viewer should get out of the business. Bakula goes around with a lame less expression of stupidity most of the time. Whats the big deal about this actor? And his other half, Field, does not come off as any beauty to fight over. A rather overweight bit of fluff that at times is embarrassing to watch. Shelia Kelley is good, but wasted in this as are Rex Smith (wonderful in PIRATES OF PENZANCE) John Getz and France Nuyen (good to see her again). As I said they all were wasted with most of the shots and scenes were of Bakula and Field. Mr. King, you should be ashamed of yourself. To cast those two losers.


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