|SKETCH ARTIST (TV) (director: Phedon Papamichael; screenwriter: Michael Angeli; cinematographer: Wally Pfister; editors: Carole Kravetz/Aykanian; music: Mark Isham; cast: Jeff Fahey (Det. Jack Whitfield), Sean Young (Rayanne Whitfield), Drew Barrymore (Daisy), Frank McRae (Milton), Tcheky Karyo (Paul Korbel), Brad Johnson (Peter), Belle Avery (Krista), James Tolkan (Tonelliu); Runtime: 90; MPAA Rating: R; producer: Brad Krevoy; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment; 1992)|
|"A lame made-for-cable
by Dennis Schwartz
A lame made-for-cable
thriller (on Showtime) directed by Phedon
Lost"/"From Within"/"The Weatherman") and written by Michael
The premise is a good one, but the characters and story remain undeveloped. Also, the suspense never kicks in as it should and it ends up being a bore. Though it's watchable because Fahey, despite his character acting so stupid, gives an honest performance. The film's highlight was Young in the nude.
REVIEWED ON 3/4/2015 GRADE: C+
Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"
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