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Kill Me Again (1989)

A young detective becomes involved with a beautiful woman on the run from the mob and her psychopath boyfriend.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pat Mulligan ... Sammy
... Marty
... Vince Miller
... Fay Forrester (as Joanne Whalley-Kilmer)
Robert Schuch ... Collection Agent #1
Duane Tucker ... Collection Agent #2
... Jack Andrews
Molly Flanegin ... Gossipy Motel Clerk
Dominic Dinino ... Rest Stop Little Boy
Daniel Dorse ... Rest Stop Father
... Jack's Secretary
Jim Boeke ... Javonovitch
... Alan Swayzie (as Jonathan Gries)
... Tim the Motel Clerk
Debby Lynn Ross ... Kathy the Drowned Wife
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Fay Forrester, an attractive young lady wants to escape from her violent and jealous boyfriend Vince. So she hires Jack Andrews, a second class private investigator to arrange her death. She wants to restart her life with a new identity and the money she robbed together with Vince. Because of Jack's financial problems he joins Fay after her fake death. Unfortunately Vince finds out that Fay's still alive. The hunt for Jack, Fay and the money begins... Written by Markus Lasermann <mslaserm@trick.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de>

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27 October 1989 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Uccidimi due volte  »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)

Gross USA:

$283,694
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Jonathan Gries and Val Kilmer also starred in the film Real Genius together. See more »

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The semiautomatic pistol that Fay loads with a fresh clip in the white Cadillac suddenly becomes a revolver when she points it out of the car's window and fires at the police officer following them. See more »

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Referenced in The Last Seduction: The Art of Seduction (2006) See more »

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Haydn Cello Concerto 2 In D Major-II Adagio
Written by Franz Joseph Haydn (as Haydn)
Performed by Pierre Fournier with the Stuttgarter Kammerorchester (as Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra)
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"Where's that?" "It's up by Lake Mead"
12 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Somehow the dark, horrifically-empty aspect of modern American life - which is itself especially starkly on view in NV - is precisely nailed by this film. The film might aptly be subtitled - "The Illusion of Love in a Dead Culture like ours". Yes, outwardly, it's about the astonishing betrayals and cruelty everybody - good or bad - will go through to get their hands on the attache case with the mob's money. But inwardly it's about the search for a love that has sunk irretrievably below the surface of one of Nevada's beautiful lakes. But it is on the "inner" level that this movie really struck at me. It is set in Nevada: Winnemucca, Reno, Vegas, Overton etc. Well-developed, uniquely-identified, memorable characters; excellent acting by all; crisp, often amusing, dialogue; well-plotted and paced with surprising twists and turns, and a surprising climax. The haunting background music (William Olvis) alone is worth the seeing the movie for.

Val Kilmer and Joanne Walley Kilmer make a great team in this absorbing movie of cross, double cross, triple cross. The editing was a little choppy but not enough to really detract from this absorbing story. Good looking Joanne Whalley cons low-rent private eye, Kilmer, into helping her fake her death to escape her ostensibly murderous ex-boyfriend, played by Michael Madsen. Once the plan is in motion Whalley constantly shifts allegiance depending upon who seems to have the upper hand. This movie actually does not pretend to be profound or politically deep. For me that's a plus as I get enough politics every day and just want some good escapist fare.

Overall rating: 8 out of 10.


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