(out of 5)

 is once again the bitch-magnet in this foray into misogyny and what it does to the corporate man. He plays an important executive at a computer software company who is sexually harassed by his tough boss (). Moore gets no character depth except as a two-dimensional villain, thus erasing some possibly good dramatic conflict, plus it never really explains why she is so obsessed with him in the first place (I know it’s a movie and all, but it has to be believable that someone would risk jail for Michael Douglas).  does well as Moore’s lawyer, but with Paul Attanassio’s tepid script and Barry Levinson’s uninvolved direction there’s nothing here but Douglas still running from evil women (boiling his rabbit, killing him with an ice pick, the poor guy, when does it stop?) while  as his good wife sits around looking pissed off and bored.

Warner Bros., Baltimore Pictures, Constant c Productions

USA, 1994

Directed by

Screenplay by , based on the novel by

Cinematography by

Produced by Michael Crichton, Barry Levinson

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by



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