Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Who Murdered Joy Morgan|
Actors: Kim Basinger, Robert Culp
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
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Not Your Typical Made For TV Movie
MusicLover | 10/02/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I originally saw this made for tv movie in the early 80s when it was titled "KillJoy". It contains an early performance by Kim Basinger. Lots of twists and turns with a surprise ending. Worth the money."
Good TV movie, Less than good print
Dirk | Omaha, NE USA | 05/14/2010
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Who Murdered Joy Morgan [aka Killjoy] is a decent suspense movie. This print by CineVu is not the greatest. The color values have gone awry, which could be expected in a film this old. There is some very annoying audio interference, and my guess is that this print was taped off of television. The box also states that this is a widescreen edition, which it is not. TV movies from 1981 weren't filmed in widescreen; the only way it could be in wide screen were if the top and bottom of the picture were cut. Try to find a better print of this movie than CineVu's. 4 stars for the movie and performances; 2 stars for the DVD."
Basinger plays a corpse plus many twists more - good enterta
Manuel Pestalozzi | 05/21/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Kim Basinger has the role of a very attractive spoilt brat (with a Ferrari) in this entertaining made for TV movie. It offers many twists up to the surprise ending and a couple of very good performances. Robert Culp seems to enjoy his role very much, he ominously stares into binoculars and crawls out of bushes with an insane grin at odd moments. All very hush hush. Equally good is Nancy Marchand a the possessive mother of one of the main characters and the attractive and little seen Ann Dusenberry (Cutter's Way) as one of the many "diversions". The title of this review contains a spoiler - sorry - but should not detain anyone from watching and enjoying this little entertainment of a movie."
Anony Mous | Los Angeles | 05/26/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I found the writing, acting, and directing quite bad. The characters were one dimensional, the plot was unbelievable, the dialog was trite, the exposition was bald, the misdirection was obvious, the red herrings were excessive, the music was telegraphically spooky, and the story line was very contrived and forced. In a word, the movie was UNBELIEVABLE. I wasted my money and time. I trashed it with good riddance."