Wonderfully written dialogue, such as, "Well, if it isn't d--kface" abounds in this Skinimax-style film that won't do much for you unless you're a Kari Wuhrer fan. In that case, there's plenty to see, but keep the remote close by. Fans of William Forsythe will appreciate his Elvis one-liners and fighting style-- it's as if the King himself has hit you with an uppercut.
Beyond Desire (1995)
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29 January 2003
Film starts out below average and worsens; last 20 minutes are especially bad as it completely falls apart. Awful script and except for Forsythe (who deserves better than this tripe) the performances range from weak to embarrassing. Film has perhaps the dumbest mobsters in the history of cinema. Occasionally the pathetic nature of the film provides unintended laughs but mainly is just dull and desperate.
9 August 1999
The always groggy Forsythe stars in this straight to video venture as a recently released ex-con who pairs up with a Vegas call girl (Wuhrer), out to settle a score with the man who framed him. Rossi co-stars as the man who framed him.