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Tunnel Vision (1995)

A pair of cops investigate a series of art-gallery related murders.

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Martin Chalmers
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A pair of cops investigate a series of art-gallery related murders.

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In a city where a serial killer is turning murder into an art form, two detectives stand in the line of fear [Video Australia] See more »

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Mystery | Thriller

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Rated R for sexuality, nudity, violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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16 April 1996 (USA)  »

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This film is considered an Ozploitation picture, an Australian exploitation movie. See more »

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Dreamy Eyes
Written and Performed by Johnny Tillotson
Published by Ridge Music
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BOOOOoooring Aussie-thriller.
19 May 2006 | by (the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls) – See all my reviews

Patsy Kensit and some random Australian bloke star as a duo of wannabe tough coppers in the middle of investigating a series of art-gallery related murders, but in between they can still find the time to shoot juvenile shoplifters and suspect the brand new wife of the male cop of being adulterous. The serial killer suddenly isn't important anymore when the supposed lover of the wife (who's basically just a co-worker of hers) is found murdered and the male cop becomes prime suspect. "Tunnel Vision" is a really dull, implausible and tension-free Aussie thriller that obviously imitates popular sex-thrillers like "Fatal Attraction", "Disclosure" and "Basic Instinct". The characters are extremely one-dimensional and pretty much every good-cop/bad-cop cliché is extendedly described in the script. The struggling position of police women in a corps full of men, the shoot-first-ask-questions-later mentality, alcohol problems through stress, etc etc… Even the unhealthy eating habits of cops are a running gag. Yawn! Kensit really tries her best to make this film more bearable, but she lacks the credibility and talent of a real cinema heroine. The end-twist is more or less interesting (not at all original, mind you) but, by then, you stopped caring for the characters a long time already. The scenes filmed inside the sex clubs look ludicrously fake and Clive Fleury's directing is completely uninspired. What a total waste of time…


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