Movie Reviews: Kiss The Girls




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     1 hr. 57 min.
     A forensic psychologist searches for a serial killer who collects his victims instead of killing them.
     Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, Cary Elwes, Alex McArthur, Bill Nunn
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     Washington D.C. forensic psychologist Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) becomes involved in a series of kidnappings in North Carolina after his niece (Gina Ravera) is abducted in the intense sexual thriller Kiss The Girls. Cross flies to Durham and calls on the police department, where at first he's jerked around by the local police. Cross finally bursts into the office of the chief and demands help. The kidnap victims are being held by a man calling himself "Casanova."
     After one of Casanova's victims are found dead bound to a tree, Cross wonders why there hasn't been more bodies. He believes that Casanova is a collector who rarely kills and that his niece must still be alive.
     Kiss The Girls is a dark, kinky and claustrophobic as Cross hunts for Casanova and his victims through a subterranean maze of cells. Freeman's performance is more pronounced that it was in Seven. He carries the leading role with authentic authority. The audience believes him and they are left with a real sense about his character.



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