Fatal Beauty (1987)

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Rita is a tough narc cop with a wig for every occasion. Outside a drug heist scene with several bodies and a hardly cut fatal drug, Fatal Beauty, she finds a Kroll Construction van with a dead Kroll employee in it. Who is Kroll?


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  • Whoopi Goldberg in Fatal Beauty (1987)
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Sam Elliott in Fatal Beauty (1987)
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Cheech Marin in Fatal Beauty (1987)
  • Sam Elliott in Fatal Beauty (1987)
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Sam Elliott in Fatal Beauty (1987)
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Rubén Blades in Fatal Beauty (1987)

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8 December 2018 | bkoganbing
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| Whoopi is fatal for a few
I do love what Whoopi Goldberg does with her character Rizzoli as an undercover narcotics cop. But the term Fatal Beauty is for a certain deadly designer drug that she is tracking down the source of. Nevertheless Whoopi proves to be quite fatal to any number of the characters in the film.

But this film suffers from a really muddled script and the distinct possibility that the several bad guys who want this shipment of this nasty Fatal Beauty stuff are imbibing a bit too much of it themselves. Whoopi's target is Harris Yulin a big New Orleans contractor who is deep in the narcotics trade unofficially. But Yulin himself has troubles in his own ranks.

Sam Elliott's character as Yulin's bodyguard and enforcer is also a mystery. I couldn't figure out what his function is as he keeps saving Goldberg.

Whoopi is fun to watch especially slugging it out with rich society woman Jennifer Warren. But the film is just too murky.

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