Pacific Heights

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(out of 5)


 and  finally get to purchase their dream home atop a gorgeous San Francisco hill, but with the expense of the house comes the need for a tenant.  Many apply but the most seemingly perfect candidate is , who moves in immediately and turns out to be psychotic.  The script has a few more nifty tricks to it than most conventional Hollywood thrillers, especially centering around horror stories involving tenant/owner situations (I’m sure many people can relate to a lot of things that happen, and many people would love the end of this movie to happen to their renters). On the other hand, it’s not all that exceptional either, and while Keaton enjoys chewing up the scenery, Modine and Griffith never get to really show off their amiable personalities. The liveliest moments in the film come between Keaton and a fantastic but little seen Beverly D’Angelo in an unbilled role.


USA, 1990

Directed by 

Screenplay by 

Cinematography by 

Produced by ,

Music by 

Production Design by

Costume Design by ,

Film Editing by ,


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