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Interlocked: Thrilled to Death (1998)

A Bold Affair (original title)
A man's life gets wrecked by a woman with whom he had a casual "affair" over the Internet.

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Michael
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Eva
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Emily (as Sandra Ferguson)
Howard Mungo ...
Detective Taylor
Peter J. Fogel ...
Archie (as Peter Fogel)
Kristine Mejia ...
Heather
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Eleanor
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Walter
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Kenji
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Sly
John Rubinow ...
Doctor
Caroline Cornell ...
Epidural Nurse
Mark Conley ...
Police Officer #1
Randall James Jeffries ...
Police Officer #2 (as Randal James Jeffrey)
John Blenkhorn ...
Cop #1
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Eva (Schae Harrison) who works as a computer programmer in an advertising agency is an Internet temptress who approaches her victims by e-mail, and seduces them into meeting her and flirts with them. Executive Michael Anderson (Jeff Trachta), who is trying to land a big account while caring for his pregnant wife Emily (Sandra Ferguson) is her latest target. One day after an argument with Emily, Michael heads to work. He is e-mailed by Eva, who calls herself "Roxanne." She reveals her attraction to him, and they correspond, getting more and more intimate. Written by lament

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Thriller

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Rated R for strong sexuality and violence | See all certifications »
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27 June 1998 (Spain)  »

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A regular plot with a bad cast
23 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

Even though I think this movie doesn't deserve more than a 4 out of 10, I'd say that with just a little more dedication from the director and a better-chosen cast (maybe real actors instead of soap opera stars), this movie could have been saved to become at least somehow entertaining. Yet some of the actors seem to try so hard to play their roles as well as possible that they overact it. Others, in exchange, act as if they were reading every line directly from a script. And not to mention the goofs -like the birth of a baby that is evidently more than three weeks old, just as an example- and plot holes that a good director would have never left in a movie.

If you try to look over those details, I think that you could enjoy this 90-minute movie, as the story is nonetheless interesting.


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