Deception – Tödliche Täuschung (Video 1995)

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Deception – Tödliche Täuschung: Directed by Pat Verducci. With Alicia Silverstone, Kevin Dillon, Bill Nunn, Michael Bowen. Mary, a precocious high school senior, longs to be a cop. When a classmate dies and the case remains unsolved, Mary becomes obsessed and gets involved in the investigation.

“Thereu0026#39;s nothing worth seeing here. The plot is generic, the acting is bad, the characters are underwritten, the dialogue is painful, itu0026#39;s full of cliches. The only reason I saw this was because Iu0026#39;m a huge fan of u0026#39;90s crime thrillers like Se7en and Kiss the Girls, and was hoping this would fall under that umbrella. It technically does genre and plot-wise, but quality-wise, this has to be one of the worst examples of the serial killer subgenre.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSilverstoneu0026#39;s stone-faced performance does the movie no favors. At least Dillon knows heu0026#39;s in a trashy movie and his performance is suitably hammy as the mysterious rookie cop. Heu0026#39;s also trying to an extent, unlike Silverstone who just looks bored. Watching them exchange dialogue is like watching a brick wall talk to a plastic bag. And their chemistry? Well, itu0026#39;s about as romantic and titillating as Irreversible.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI was at least hoping for some skin – an erotic sex scene to spice things up perhaps – but no, the movie deprived us of even that. Thereu0026#39;s no entertainment value to be had here. I laughed once, when Dillon first bumps into Silverstoneu0026#39;s character and is promptly maced in the face. Though Iu0026#39;m not sure that was meant for laughs.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAgain, thereu0026#39;s no reason to see this movie, so donu0026#39;t. Watch Se7en again.”


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