Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: William McNamara, Amy Locane, Frederic Forrest, Priscilla Barnes, Kara Keough
Director: Irving Belateche
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
No Description Available. Genre: Feature Film-Drama Rating: R Release Date: 5-AUG-2003 Media Type: DVD
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George Draghi | Los Angeles, CA. | 02/28/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This film shows style. The choice of camera placement, lighting and the blocking is excellent. If the director had been able to work with better actors, this film would have won the Sundance Film Festival. The one non-actor, Roger Clinton (Bill Clinton's brother!) was inspired to give his best performance. Maybe he understood that he was working with someone who will undoubtedly become the next Spielberg."
Good easy entertainment
(4 out of 5 stars)
"While no blockbuster, Implicated is a good watch with eclectic music and nice performances form Locane and McNamara. Infact its worth it to see Bill Clintons brother playing a police officer."
SEX THRILLER HAS SEX, SUSPENSE AND...OH NO SCRIPT!
(1 out of 5 stars)
""Implicated" stars William MacNamara and Amy Locane, two actors that at one time were considered hot up and comers. MacNamara with his diverse range of roles in films like "Aspen Extreme" and "Copycat" (and more recently the awlful Jerry Springer film "Ringmaster"), and Locane, who shot to fame on TV's "Melrose Place" and starred in some promising films like "School Ties" and "Cry Baby". Move over, C.Thomas Howell, take a back seat Wings Hauser and jump in line Thomas Ian Griffith because we have a couple of new stars that look set to become "i was a promising actor and now I do video crap" members. MacNamara is the main offender, playing a jerky and weird lover of Locane, who decides to do the nasty with her (at a most erotic moment) and then show his true colours, as the bad guy of the flick. Locane has nothing to do in this except to take her clothes out, scream and run. "Implicated" could have been a reasonable story of love and backstabbing, instead it nearly goes next to the video shelves alongside "Night Eyes" and other lame B thrillers."