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Final Vendetta (1996)

R | | Thriller | 18 May 1996 (Japan)
This suspense film is the tale of a yuppie couple (Matsuda, Cohen) unable to conceive and desperate for a child. They enlist the services of Jennifer (Wilson) to act as surrogate mother. ... See full summary »

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Naomi Nomura
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Jennifer Ray Clark (as Bridgette Wilson)
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Jay Glass
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Michael Miller
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David Henry
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Dr. Lisa Farrow
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This suspense film is the tale of a yuppie couple (Matsuda, Cohen) unable to conceive and desperate for a child. They enlist the services of Jennifer (Wilson) to act as surrogate mother. Unbeknownst to the couple, Jennifer has an ulterior motive to this union - to exact revenge for a childhood tragedy which has had a deep, malevolent effect on her. Jennifer moves in with the couple, and during her pregnancy, will allow nothing (or no one) to stop her in her quest for a "final vendetta." Written by Fred Goodridge

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Rated R for violence, sexuality and brief language | See all certifications »
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I'll Be There For You
Lyrics and Music by Robbie Nevil
Performed by Seiko Matsuda and Robbie Nevil
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Cinema's sexiest psycho
16 May 2005 | by (north dakota) – See all my reviews

Bridgette Wilson is the only draw for this film. It was fun watching Billy Madison's sweet 3rd Grade teacher portray a demented surrogate mother. She far outshines Rebecca DeMornay in the similar Hand That Rocks the Cradle.

A wealthy young couple, played by Scott Cohen and the talentless Seiko Matsuda(what producer is she related to?), can't have a child of their own, so in enters Bridgette Wilson who becomes their surrogate mother.

Bridgette adds such raw deviant emotion to this role which makes it worthy to see alone. I had no idea she was capable of portraying such a violent evil woman, but she pulls it off brilliantly.

Peter Boyle fans, don't bother, as he wasn't used much. This is basically for Bridgette Wilson fans, who want to see a darker side to Billy Madison's item of lust.


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