The Color Of Night 1994 R CC

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A successful New York psychologist is haunted by the bizarre suicide of a patient. Relocating to Los Angeles, he becomes entangled in an explosive, erotic relationship with a mysterious beauty who leads him through a web of murder, passion, and intrigue.

Starring:
Bruce Willis, Jane March
Runtime:
2 hours, 20 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance, Mystery
Director Richard Rush
Starring Bruce Willis, Jane March
Supporting actors Rubén Blades, Lesley Ann Warren, Scott Bakula, Brad Dourif, Lance Henriksen, Kevin J. O'Connor, Andrew Lowery, Eriq La Salle, Jeff Corey, Kathleen Wilhoite, Shirley Knight, John Bower, Avi Korein, Steven R. Barnett, Roberta Storm, Erick Avari, Lena Banks, Rachel Wagner
Studio Hollywood Pictures
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Customer Reviews

Bruce Willis does a great job.
LaDonna Hoyt
Furthermore, he ignores motivations and character development almost entirely; the two areas that required the most attention if this film was going to work at all.
Reviewer
Color Of Night is one of those bad bad movies that makes you feel guilty at the end for actually enjoying it.
D. Clark

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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Damian Gunn on November 29, 2005
Format: DVD
I give this movie 4 stars for one reason...skin...Janes and Bruces...I have to say that each of these attractive individuals shows off more than one can chew...Miss March may not be much of an actress but she looks good naked, and while this is not Mr. Willis's finest performance, he sure had me standing at attention (good god is he hot)...anyways, the plot is good but the script was wack...would have been much much better had the script been tweaked a bit. Bruce is a great actor and I feel did what he could with what he had to work with (which wasn't much) but the sex scenes were hot and did I mention theres a lot of skin...my only dissapointment with Bruce's nudity was that his butt cheeks were whiter than white (although he still looks good and you do see a full frontal shot). No complaints about Miss March because she showed alot and was smoking hot the entire movie...noce rack sweetheart...ANyways, if you want a good movie skip this one...if you want to see to extremly hot people having gratuitus sex in a pool in a bed on a table and in a shower with male and female nudity then get this movie...
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Sandi on August 29, 2005
Format: DVD
Two lovers. One killer. Five suspects. Bruce Willis is a troubled psychiatrist who quits after a patient commits suicide. But when a colleague is murdered, Willis gets drawn into web of intrigue -- and into the arms of a patient (Jane March) who's also a suspect! The DVD contains 17 minutes of deleted scenes (including Willis in the buff)- That alone is worth the price of the DVD.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By "jackswagger" on August 12, 2001
Format: DVD
This one is a jaw dropper and quite the cinematic cocktail. If you are expecting Vertigo or even Fatal Attraction you are hopping the wrong train. This is pure goofball entertainment. The sex scenes are fun(Thank you, Ms.March),the violence is over the top(conceptually cribbed from Italian giallo, no doubt), the dialogue is inane(beautifully so, I think), and the plot and its many twists are plenty outrageous(as in, "oh, come on...WHAT?"). Did I mention the supporting cast? All of your favorite "whatsis names" get a chance to chew the celluloid in an attempt to "out crazy" their costars(BTW, Brad Dourif wins-AGAIN). This is a delirious, trashy, Hollywood mutant of a movie surely deserving of a devoted cult all its own.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 25, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
This movie was trashed by the critics. I only saw it (at the cinema) because I needed somewhere to hide for two hours while I avoided an unpleasant social obligation. I found myself liking it, almost feeling guilty for liking it ("But I'm supposed to hate this!") It's largely cheap thrills, but I really did enjoy it. The beauty of Jane March didn't hurt ...Well, call me stupid, but I DIDN'T see the surprise ending coming.
I liked it.
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33 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on July 8, 2002
Format: DVD
There's a good film in here somewhere just aching to get out, but the filmmakers seem more interested in playing Box Office Wheel of Fortune than caring about the quality of the product they're trying to sell, and it makes "Color of Night," directed by Richard Rush, one of those movies that makes you shake your head and think, Ah! what could have been if only! And that single "if" makes all the difference in the world with regards to what finally winds up on the screen.
When his treatment of a patient fails and ends tragically, leaving him with some pronounced psychological damage of his own, New York psychologist Dr. Bill Capa (Bruce Willis) quits his practice and goes to Los Angeles seeking the solace and, perhaps, the help of an old friend and colleague, Dr. Bob Moore (Scott Bakula). Capa quickly discovers, however, that Moore is having problems of his own, apparently stemming from a weekly group therapy session he has been conducting for some time. Moore, it seems, has recently received some death threats, which he believes are coming from one of the patients of this particular group, though he hasn't a clue which one, nor any proof of his suspicions.
Moore invites Capa to sit in on the next group session, hoping for a fresh perspective and possibly some insights into the matter. At the moment, Capa feels incapable of actively engaging in the practice of his chosen field of endeavor, but in light of the fact that he's Bob's house guest, he acquiesces and agrees to observe the group. But it proves to be an inauspicious proposition for all concerned, and subsequent circumstances quickly put Capa at the center of just the kind of situation he left New York to avoid. Once the hand is dealt, however, he has no choice but to play it out to the end.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JGC on February 28, 2010
Format: DVD
As a huge (and very new) Bruce Willis fan I had to watch this movie as it has gone down in history as being one of his most (in)famous roles ever. In this film Bruce is a group therapist on a quest to find a macabre killer who he suspects is a patient. Along the way he meets a trampy young girl (the very talented Jane March) that only manages to complicate matters.

The overall story and the pace of the movie (after the first 35 minutes which moved like sand in an hourglass) was very strong. I enjoyed learning about all of the members of the group. They were all a bunch of oddballs. It's hard to say which was the most screwed up or who had the most issues.

Ritchie was the most interesting to watch because although he was the youngest member of the group it was fairly apparent that he had been through something very shocking. Although she wasn't a member of the group sessions, I also thought that Bonnie added a lot to the overall story. Even though she was only in a couple of short scenes she somehow still always managed to pull the rug out from under Sondra.

The movie ends with a surprise that no one could have seen coming because even though the story built up to it the ending still managed to remain a total surprise. Bruce was just fine in this movie, however I thought that perhaps his talents were a touch overused and overstated. Perhaps he would have been better suited as the police detective.

I did think the movie was a little on the long side (over 2 hours). The love making and nudity was also rather excessive. Frankly, I do not want to see my movie stars undress because it leaves nothing to the imagination. It's also rather anticlimactic and just boring to watch. The DVD does not include anything besides the trailer.
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