The Right Temptation (2000)

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The Right Temptation: Directed by Lyndon Chubbuck. With Kiefer Sutherland, Rebecca De Mornay, Dana Delany, Adam Baldwin. A detective falls for the man she’s supposed to be investigating; dire complications follow.

“I saw this movie, on cable, late at night. That, alone, should tell you something. This movie reads like pulp fiction, true. But, thatu0026#39;s really all it is. You can tell by the title that it isnu0026#39;t Casablanca. It isnu0026#39;t Gone With the Wind. It isnu0026#39;t even Shawshank Redemption. Itu0026#39;s *the right temptation*!!! The word u0026quot;temptationu0026quot; should tell you that itu0026#39;s not an oscar winner, folks. So, understanding that it is really nothing more than a romance novel bred with a crime drama…I enjoyed it (A LOT!). There is so much sexual tension in this movie, and the characters are insanely complex. I enjoyed some of the unique bits in this movie; for example, the starlets arenu0026#39;t 18…they actually have a few lines on their face. The lead character also has a pet pig. More than anything I wanted to stand up for Kiefer Sutherland in this movie. I became a fan of his only because of his acting in this film…itu0026#39;s so moving. During a very emotional part of the movie, he started welling up with tears and was so damn moving that I started CRYING (something that I do NOT do at movies…ever). He did a really good job, as did everyone in this movie. The script was cheesy and very pulpy…but if you like corny lines delivered by good actresses/actors, youu0026#39;ll love this movie.”


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