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The thriller is appropriately shot in gorgeous San Francisco, where the literal and figurative curving and hilly roads wind throughout. Credit legendary art director Dean Tavoularis for some amazing sets and scenes, notably the elegantly cavernous restaurant where Evans and her husband have a fateful dinner.
This film is, in a way, glossy director Phil Joanou's Hitchcockian tribute--as a climactic lighthouse scene best demonstrates. Final Analysis doesn't offer an intimate look at its characters, but a beautifully stylized one, moody and gloomy. The intricate plot experiments with the device of "pathological intoxication," in which the subject completely loses control after drinking alcohol. And this doesn't mean a conventional ugly drunk; it means a frightening psychotic. Good and evil, hope and despair, beauty and repulsion are often juxtaposed in the film's complex world. --N.F. Mendoza
I don't usually rate movies. But this movie was really great, with lot's of plot twists, and suspension. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Seagreen
What a movie! I missed this when it was originally released. I was a young college kid at the time but I did tape it off HBO a year later. Read morePublished 15 days ago by A. Nathaniel Wallace, Jr.
TERRIBLE MOVIE! One of the worst movies I've seen in a very long time.Published 1 month ago by Student of Life
This movie is ok. It doesn't pull you in and hold you. It's storyline is dry and leaves you disappointed.Published 1 month ago by Mars