After a drifter is struck by a car the driver offers to take him back from the hospital to her home in order to nurse him back to health...which turns out to be one of the biggest mistakes of her life.
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David S. Cass Sr.
Mickey Rourke reprises his role as the mysteriously sexy John in this steamy, suspense-filled follow up to 9 ½ WEEKS. When John travels to Paris to attend an art sale hosted by his old ... See full summary »
Agathe de La Fontaine,
The young jazz saxophonist Morris Poole is at the height of his career. When his wife dies he is almost overcome by grief and blames himself. When after a while he finds a new love, he ends... See full summary »
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John Henry Richardson
Maria Conchita Alonso,
Kate Grayson is a business woman living with her detective partner Ben. That is until Gil Draper, comes crashing literally (more or less) into their lives after bouncing off her car. Upon learning this seemingly homeless drifter has been on the streets for some considerable lengthy time. Kate despite her boyfriend's objections decides to let Gil recuperate in the garage of her guest cottage. However both her family and his share a connected history and beneath Gil's friendly peaceful exterior lies a concealed grudge, dominant until now. Written by
I saw this movie on The Movie Channel late one night a few years and although I expected far worse from a movie starring Angie Everhart and Michael Madsen, it was still a bad flick. I saw it 3AM and it seemed like perfect for that hour of the night, I saw parts of it again later and it was almost unwatchable. The movie starts off great, but ends up going downhill after 45 minutes or so. The main reason if you are a guy to see the movie is Angie Everhart. Other than that, it has nothing going for it. It's an okay thriller for its genre (direct-to-video and made-for-cable) yet a forgettable one. The somewhat intriguing premise is let down by poor writing and lackluster directing Perhaps another rewrite before shooting began could have made this movie something better. 3/10
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