Wild Things (1998)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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A police detective uncovers a conspiracy behind a case involving a high-school guidance counselor when accusations of rape are made against him by two female students.

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16 October 2011 | zken
Is there a deep dark secret lurking in the American dream? See it here!
This movie, one of my all time favorites, and BODY HEAT, are two sides of a coin. Read this film, and think about the message right there for us to all read. It is not just that things are not what they seem to be, but that the American dream is littered with the dark holes of serial criminals, thieves and liars that no one could have been aware of back when this was made. What makes this movie an absolute punch drunk riot is the perfect casting, the perfect setting and a plot that rides you to the end and then beyond. It is a delirious satire, an absolute swanky spoof, and super charged ride. Each time I watch this, I get a little more about the method that makes this work. It is a layering of detail, a rhythm of betrayal and a perfect pitch. Like a great rock concert by a band is at the top of its game, this is film making that cranks at perfect pitch. The serious laughs are even better when you know what to expect. Miss this at your own risk.

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