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Thurman, though, bears watching in this role. She really had little to work with here, swimming upstream against a plot that seemed intent on introducing basically senseless scenes whenever the film actually managed to draw one's interest.Read more ›
However, I doubt that anyone watching this would do so for those reasons. Many DVD distributors have released this movie in a budget format, all of them making a big deal out of the presense of Uma Thurman and Steve Buscemi. In fact, this is Thurman's first role (according to the Internet Movie Database it was even her first audition -- she was hired immediately) and she stars.
Thurman was only eighteen when this movie came out, and yet she already displays a certain maturity. A lesser actress would have been swamped out by this role which the script leaves fairly undefined. But even in her youth she carries this off with style.
Now onto the movie itself. I have never seen a film where the opening credits immediately destroys any possible good-feeling or enthusiasm one could have towards a potential viewing experience. Given the plot summary (see below) I was expecting a dark, psychological thriller with (perhaps) some black comedy aspects. I sat myself down hoping for a tense and atmospheric picture.
Then the opening credits actually start and I had to stifle a shudder and a laugh. Making fun of bad 1980s computer-generated credits is a little too easy, but nothing screams "low budget!" louder. It immediately lowers the audience's expectations about the rest of the movie's production values.
That said, given this is an independent film clearly made with very little money, the general production values aren't awful.Read more ›
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Not Uma's best work, but she was in it and that made it worth watching.Published 16 months ago by James Mitchell
Thought this was something else. Uma does an ok job of acting.Published 18 months ago by Arthur Pribula
It was so boring that I zipped thru it in just a few minutes. I can't tell you about it, as I was not really paying close attention.Published on August 29, 2013 by paul ashbrook
Unless you are a die hard Uma Thurman fan, avoid this movie at all cost. The only redeeming quality of the movie is that you get to see Uma's first starring role in a major motion... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Maria
I'll bet Matt Dillon's parents are pi**ed that they didn't have one child per year to infiltrate the film industry with tough guy silent types in leather jackets. Read morePublished on June 18, 2007 by kosiewicz
I felt really fortunate when I found Uma's first role appearance was also a Noire film (I confess I am partial to foreign, indie & noir films). Read morePublished on August 28, 2006 by T. LACOUR
When i got the dvd i wasnt expecting a good movie at all based on reviews but the movie wasnt completely horrible. Read morePublished on December 16, 2004 by John Andrade
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