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Kiss the Girls
Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd




Overview -
North Carolina police detective Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) tracks an elusive psychopath whose modus operandi is not necessarily killing the young women he abducts but "collecting" them as trophies. Unfortunately, his quarry includes the detective's own law-student niece, so his race against time, with the help of a no-nonsense medical intern Dr. Kate McTiernan (Ashley Judd) who escaped the "collection," is all the more desperate. A spare, by-the-numbers thriller. Based on the series of novels by James Patterson.

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Overview

North Carolina police detective Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) tracks an elusive psychopath whose modus operandi is not necessarily killing the young women he abducts but "collecting" them as trophies. Unfortunately, his quarry includes the detective's own law-student niece, so his race against time, with the help of a no-nonsense medical intern Dr. Kate McTiernan (Ashley Judd) who escaped the "collection," is all the more desperate. A spare, by-the-numbers thriller. Based on the series of novels by James Patterson.

Main Cast & Crew

Gary Fleder - Director
Morgan Freeman
Ashley Judd
Cary Elwes
Tony Goldwyn
Brian Cox
Alex McArthur
Tatyana Ali
Jeremy Piven
Richard T. Jones
Roma Maffia

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Run Time: 111
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 032429285577
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Rating: R (MPAA) (terror, violence and language)
  • Release Date: October 1998

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Detectives
Kidnapping And Missing Persons
Psychos
Suspense
Thriller
Killer
Murder
Police
Theatrical Release
Detective
Crime

 

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Reviews:
"...Freeman and Judd are well-cast..." - 10/03/1997 USA Today, p.8D


"...Freeman has a rare presence on the screen, a specific gravity that persuades us..." - 10/03/1997 Chicago Sun-Times, p.37


"Mr. Freeman, a marvelous actor with a beautiful voice, meets his vocal match in Ms. Judd, who is audibly her mother Naomi's daughter." - 10/18/2012 Wall Street Journal

 

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