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Deadly Intentions... Again? (1991)

A doctor was sent to prison for the attempted murder of his first wife. When he is released from prison, he starts to plan the death of his second wife whom he married before he was ... See full summary »

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William Wood
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Harry Hamlin ... Charles Raynor
Joanna Kerns ... Sally
Conchata Ferrell ... Joan
Kevin McNulty ... Dr. Uttley
Fairuza Balk ... Stacey
Eileen Brennan ... Charlotte
Bill Dow ... Bill Garner
Rochelle Greenwood ... Nora
Randi Lynne ... Cindy
Meredith Bain Woodward ... Lois Green
Karen Elizabeth Austin ... Mrs. Hall
Marek Czuma Marek Czuma ... Agent Thomason
Antony Holland ... Chief Examiner / Chairman
Jenn Griffin ... Ticket Agent (as Jennifer Griffin)
Bernadette Leonard Bernadette Leonard ... Sheila
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A doctor was sent to prison for the attempted murder of his first wife. When he is released from prison, he starts to plan the death of his second wife whom he married before he was incarcerated. Written by CocaMochaBaby

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He spent six years in prison for trying to murder his ex-wife. Now he's out on parole. See more »

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[last lines]
Charles Raynor: Sally? Sally! What you've done to me was inexcusable!
Sally: Charles... what you've done was insane.
Charles Raynor: [shouts] *Sally*!
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Follows Deadly Intentions (1985) See more »

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A poor sequel
5 August 2001 | by Kyle ReeseSee all my reviews

This film lacks the intensity of the first film, and Harry Hamlin is certainly no match for Michael Biehn. However, by this time, Biehn had found bigger fame after The Abyss, Aliens, Navy Seals and was at this time working on K2. 1991 seemed to be a year where Michael Biehn and sequels didn't work. His scene in Terminator 2 was deleted. He turned down Alien 3 and, as we see, he didn't appear in this film. As yet, Biehn has yet to star in a sequel. This film just didn't work, with the absence of Biehn and decent plot, it didn't reach its audience and didn't make the impact of the first film!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 February 1991 (USA) See more »

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A visszaeső See more »

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1.33 : 1
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