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Basic Instinct 2 (2006)

Everything interesting begins in the mind.

Original Title : Basic Instinct 2
Director : Michael Caton-Jones
Writer : Leora Barish
Henry Bean
Joe Eszterhas
Genre : Crime
Drama/Mystery/Thriller
Country : Germany
Language : English
Producer : Mark Albela , Moritz Borman , Mario Kassar , Dan Maag , Joel B. Michaels , James Middleton , Janine Modder , Denise O'Dell , Volker Schauz , Philip Schulz-Deyle , Andrew G. Vajna
Music : Jerry Goldsmith
John Murphy
Photography : Gyula Pados
Distributor : 20th Century Fox Australia
MPAA Rating : Rated R for strong sexuality, nudity, violence, language and some drug content.
IMDB ID : 0430912
Official site : http://basicinstinct2.cmcmovie.com/
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Starring

Sharon Stone Catherine Tramell
David Morrissey Dr. Michael Glass
Charlotte Rampling Dr. Milena Gardosh
David Thewlis Det. Supt. Roy Washburn
Hugh Dancy Adam Towers
Stan Collymore Kevin Franks
Neil Maskell Det. Ferguson
Jan Chappell Solicitor
Terence Harvey Henry Rose
Ellen Thomas Prosecutor
Mark Sangster Court Reporter
Tim Berrington Court Reporter
Indira Varma Denise Glass
Heathcote Williams Dr. Jakob Gerst
Flora Montgomery Michelle Broadwin
Kata Dobó Magda
Iain Robertson Peter Ristedes
Charlie Simpson David Bard
Danielle Lydon Susan Bard
Christopher Brand Angry Patient
Charlotte Purton Snuffly Patient
Adam Allfrey Skinhead
Vee Vimolmal Thai Prostitute
Simon Lenagan Big Man in Bar
Clair Tebbut Big Man's Wife
Aisling O'Neill Screaming Woman
Anne Caillon Laney Ward (scenes deleted
Andy Callaghan Lab Researcher (uncredited
Robert Clarke Police Officer/Nightclub Customer (uncredited
Robyn Cooper Prostitute (uncredited
Robert Dearle Driver (uncredited
Dee Gaynor Business Woman (uncredited
Timo Gilbert (uncredited
John Gomez Businessman (uncredited
Keith How Builder (uncredited
Michael Norton Stockbroker (uncredited
Peter Rnic Drug Dealer (uncredited
Peter Smith City Gent (uncredited
Alexandra Staden Patient (uncredited
Lydia Watkins CID Officer (uncredited
 

Plot

The decadent life of novelist Catherine Trammell (Sharon Stone) continues int his sequel that finds her in the opening sequence speeding through the streets of London using the hand of her obviously under-the-influence soccer star boy friend to masturbate herself. After the car goes out of control, she manages to escape but he drowns leading to an investigation of whether she had in fact murdered him with an implication that he was already dead before the car even entered the water. Officials bring in a police psychologist (David Morrissey) to determine her mental state. Obsession sets in and the psychiatrist is drawn into her manipulations and dangerous world. As deaths occur around the pair involving acquaintances of both parties, including the psychiatrist's ex-wife, the story twists (and doesn't answer) to make you wonder who is committing the crimes. David Thewlis also co-stars as a perhaps corrupt police inspector and Charlotte Rampling appears as a colleague of the psychiatrist. Contains frequent nudity, depiction of orgies and graphic sexual encounters, constant profanity and violence that is mostly committed off-camera.
 

Comments

Stone Cold Vanity., 31 March 2006 Author: (herlenwein@aol.com) from United States It',s hard to believe, after waiting 14 years, we wind up with this piece of cinematic garbage. The original was a high impact, dark thriller that achieved "cult" status demonstrating the fine art of cinema as directed by Paul Verhoeven. This film adds nothing, delivers nothing, and ultimately winds up in the big box of failed sequels.The opening sequence could have triggered an intriguing set of plot developments using a considerably talented and able cast. Unfortunately we are treated to a 90 minute dissertation in the self-indulgent life of Catherine Tramell... or is it Sharon Stone. Possibly a copulation of both.If the desire is too see a continuation of the sensually provocative stying of sex as in "B.S.1", forget it. You wind up with soft-porn boredom which ultimately upholds the old adage that a woman can be more alluring in clothes than out of them. It',s interesting to note that the wonderful Charlotte Rampling was romping around in her skivvies, via the 1966 GEORGY GIRL, when Ms. Stone was only 8 years old. A very talented actress and quite adept at holding her own even here.If you',re a true cinema fan then you must see this film and judge it using your own rating system. If not, you might as well wait for the DVD release in the "rated" version, "unrated" version, "collectors" edition, or "ultimate" version, and perhaps in another 14 years we will be saturated with news of "Basic Instinct 3" at which point Ms. Stone will be 62 years old and nobody will really care.
 
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