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A Deadly Vision (1997)

A waitress who has psychic visions of murders before they happen is asked by a police detective to help find a serial killer.

Director:

Bill Norton (as Bill L. Norton)

Writers:

Dan Greenburg (novel), Dan Greenburg (teleplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kristin Davis ... Babette Watson
Matthew Settle ... Det. Max Seagle
Peter Boyle ... Det. Salvatore DaVinci
James McDaniel ... Dr. Tony Natale
Matt Ross ... The Killer (as Matthew Ross)
Deirdre O'Connell ... Marilyn Middleton
Ellen Burstyn ... Yvette Watson
Tari Signor Tari Signor ... Linda Lowry
Jennie Nauman Jennie Nauman ... Beverly Rachlin
Angie Ohren Angie Ohren ... Sharon Hammond
Kip Niven ... Lt. Chad Mulligan
Tim Snay ... Detective Cassidy
John Durbin ... Music Store Clerk
Jack Burrier Jack Burrier ... Police Photographer
Nick Schlyer Nick Schlyer ... Chip (as Nick Miller-Schlyer)
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A waitress who has psychic visions of murders before they happen is asked by a police detective to help find a serial killer.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Murder in Mind See more »

Filming Locations:

Kansas City, Missouri, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Watch it for Ellen Burstyn
5 May 2001 | by eddaxSee all my reviews

The highlight of this movie is Ellen Burstyn's role as a fire-and-brimstone mom who preaches the evils of "fornication" to her daughter, who she's constantly accusing of sleeping with the detective. Kristin Davis, however, comes across as a whiny psychic whose powers are dubious, though the movie is supposedly about said powers. Peter Niven, the cute son of David Niven, plays wimpy well enough here to make you wonder if he's actually that wimpy in real life.


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