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Split Images (1992)

A journalist knows more about a grisly murder than is good for her. All her evidence points toward a mysterious millionaire but no one will believe her.


Sheldon Larry


Elmore Leonard (novel), Pete Hamill (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gregory Harrison ... Robbie Daniels
Robert Collins ... Gossage
Rebecca Jenkins ... Angela Nolan
Steve Whistance-Smith Steve Whistance-Smith ... George Johnson
Nahanni Johnstone ... Dorrie Vaughn
Maury Chaykin ... Walter Kouza
David Hewlett ... Gary Hammond
Mel Ryane Mel Ryane ... Patti Daniels (as Melody Ryane)
Dennis O'Connor ... Jasinski
Tom Hollis Tom Hollis ... Randall
Sandi Ross ... Judge
Nicholas Campbell ... Bryan Hurd
Kristina Nicoll ... Bridget Riley
Eugene Clark ... Malik
Karen LeBlanc ... Lana


A journalist knows more about a grisly murder than is good for her. All her evidence points toward a mysterious millionaire but no one will believe her.

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Mystery | Thriller


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Save your money
24 November 2001 | by StreetwolfSee all my reviews

A rich and handsome Robbie Daniels (Gregory Harrison) has everything yet he is bored so one day he kills his partner for fun whilst hunting for ducks. When Angela Nolan (Rebecca Jenkins), a reporter comes to his mansion to interview him she finds him very hard to resist, but before anything happens an intruder is caught on the premises and Robbie kills him, but in order so the police would think that it was self defense. Angela sees this yet she never says a word and leaves. Detective Walter Kouza (Maury Chaykin) arrives on the scene, but when Robbie gives him a proposition of becoming his chief of security in exchange of a dead key witness to a murder charge against Kouza, Kouza agrees and goes along with Robbie making him able to kill whoever he wants and letting Kouza be the new cameraman of Robbie's new hobby, recording the people he kills on video. Detective Bryan Hurd (Nicholas Campbell) catches on shortly after he starts to investigate along with Angela by his side and they discover many unexplained killings involving Robbie. It gets duller by the minute and half way of the movie you already know what's going to happen at the end and I waited for this movie to arrive to my house for 4 months. What a waste of time and money.

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November 1992 (USA) See more »

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