No Place to Hide (1992)

R   |    |  Crime, Horror, Thriller


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A tough L.A. cop and the teen sister of the ballerina whose murder he's investigating become targeted by a sinister cult that secretly runs the city.


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23 February 2007 | moonspinner55
4
| Mediocre, straight-to-tape action flick
Disgruntled cop Kris Kristofferson (looking good sans beard and mustache) protects a sassy teenage girl (Drew Barrymore) from the killers who just did away with her sister, a professional ballerina who was killed during a performance. Barrymore's character (named "Tinsel"!) is tough to take, with lots of whiny outbursts and tantrums, but Kristofferson is decent and supporting players Martin Landau, Dey Young and O.J. Simpson are each very good. The slim production values render this a B-movie (maybe even a C-movie), but it isn't terrible. Richard Danus wrote and directed, and while the shabby-looking picture doesn't exactly showcase a hot, promising new talent, at least he gets the job done. ** from ****

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$91,000 18 April 1993

Gross USA:

$135,004

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$135,004

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