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Even down to the fist word in the title, there are many similarities between the two. Body Heat is one of my favorites, so I also enjoyed Body Language although the writing and dialog were certainly not up to the "original". Tom Berenger did a good job, I thought...but a little too smart and slick to be hoodwinked as he was. As a comparison, William Hurt (Body Heat) was able to be convincing as a boob lawyer being manipulated at every turn by a conniving female.
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