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Yes, it's sexy; no, it's not a sex flick. Yes, it's about a dominatrix; no it's not a torture movie (unless you count a few tortuously funny scenes).
I really enjoyed it, but if anything, this is a film for the girls.
The guys are not wallpaper; they think on their feet and they are connected; three-dee villains are always the best. Of course they're not going to compete as eye candy, with Leelee and Tricia.
You'll probably find yourself thinking you've met Leelee Sobieski's character or someone just like that: not as smart as they think, and naive enough to thing that they're "tough". But not as dumb or naive as others might make them out to be.
I've now seen the film three times. The plot twists are fun the first time round, but the acting is what brings you back. Definitely *****.
Leelee Sobieski is Alberta, a young woman living in a small town, who has a penchant for getting into trouble, or, to be precise, causing trouble to people around her. After "losing" her boyfriend's money, Alberta travels to Seattle where her former babysitter Celene (Tricia Helfer) lives in a big posh house. Alberta stays at Celene's house, but she just cannot stay away from trouble, this time involving Celene's unsuspecting "customer" and some thugs following him.
In spite of the film's nice DVD cover and tagline that goes "Love. Larceny. Latex," the end result is tame at best. It seems director Robert Cuffley is not really interested in the dominatrix part of the story, which is completely forgotten in the latter half of the film. What is more disappointing is the heroine of Leelee Sobieski, who is miscast. Her trouble-prone character is depicted clumsily and her character seems contrived.
But the most frustrating thing about "Walk All Over Me" is that it has no style of its own, narratively or visually. The film consistently sets up situations where ridiculous things take place, while it never lets us know about the characters who seem to constantly change their traits according to the situations. In one scene Celene is strong, capable of literally beating up a gangster. However, this intriguing part is followed by clichéd story in which her unique personality is mostly forgotten.Read more ›
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Good flick, the two lead actresses are worth the purchase price alone!Published 20 months ago by John Moran
If your a fan of Leelee, this is a must have for your collection!!Published on July 17, 2014 by K. Printz
High, decent acting, low's bad story (jump all over the place). Not sure if it was a SM movie of some thriller drama, not sure it was either.Published on October 24, 2013 by John K Ammon
Never got this video when order, so I can't tell you about this item --- Wish I got this DVDPublished on December 25, 2012 by Michael F. Warren