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Fatal Attraction
Fatal Attraction
Actors: Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, Anne Archer, Ellen Hamilton Latzen, Stuart Pankin
Director: Adrian Lyne
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
R     2008     1hr 59min


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Actors: Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, Anne Archer, Ellen Hamilton Latzen, Stuart Pankin
Director: Adrian Lyne
Creators: Howard Atherton, Michael Kahn, Peter E. Berger, Sherry Lansing, Stanley R. Jaffe, James Dearden
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Paramount
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen - Dubbed,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 08/05/2008
Original Release Date: 01/01/1987
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1987
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 1hr 59min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Special Edition
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English, French
Subtitles: English
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Movie Reviews

Where's my wedding ring?
D. Mikels | Skunk Holler | 11/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Let's face it: we're guys. Wandering eyes. A perceptive inclination to gander at a short skirt, a hint of cleavage, a heart-pounding hip wiggle. I ran smack dab into a door the last time I gawked, but consider myself darn lucky compared to Michael Douglas' character in FATAL ATTRACTION--a white-knuckled "don't-let-this-happen-to-you" thriller that vividly demonstrates what can happen to a guy when he lets other parts of his anatomy do his thinking for him.Manhattan lawyer Dan Gallagher (Douglas) has it all: successful career, attractive wife, loving daughter. So why not have an extramarital fling with a woman he met at a party while the family is out of town? Sure. Just a one-night stand. No harm, no foul. But there's something very "foul" about Dan's partner in crime, because blonde Alex Forrest (Glenn Close) may have all the right moves in the sack, but she also has an elevator that doesn't go all the way to the top. So when Dan wants to shake hands and part company, Alex will have none of it, and the table is set for a one-way ticket to Looney Land.Let the stalking. . .the suspense. . .the thrills and chills. . .begin. The bathroom scene, in which Dan's frazzled wife Beth (Anne Archer) wipes the steam off the mirror, is worth the price of purchase of this video alone.Director Adrian Lyne (as usual) delivers a gripping, antacid-popping story. The only positive in FATAL ATTRACTION was the fact all this bad stuff happened to an attorney. Like, how sad. I'd like to write more, but I hear the wife calling--something about all the hair in the sink. Don't want to get her riled.
--D. Mikels"
Girlfriend Ain't RIGHT!!
F. Gentile | Lake Worth, Florida, United States | 06/17/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This film did more for a return to monogomy than any social diseases! I've just re-watched this flick, and it's just as effective as when I first viewed it. Picture a younger Baby Jane Hudson combined with Jaws, and that's pretty much "Alex", Glenn Closes' woman scorned. Michael Douglas, as the typical, successful, arrogant, mid-'80's Yuppie, who, though perfectly nested in a seemingly great marriage to gorgeous, giving, Anne Archer, has to prove he's still a desirable stud by having a "casual" (WRONG!!) fling with Closes' "Alex", a sexy, also seemingly sophisticated associate of his. She initially gives the impression she wants the same thing as he, a "no strings attached" sex-fest, but, after a 24 hour marathon, while wifey is out of town, it begins to become apparent that Alex is becoming just a teensy bit possessive, and when Douglas, as diplomatically as possible, tries to explain to her that he's happily married, and it's dumpster time, Miss Alex IS NOT buying it. The ensuing harassment of he and his family, which starts with pranks from Alex to express her displeasure, turns into a horror-ride that will have your emotions tap dancing faster than Ann Miller!! Some people feel the need to rationalize the entirety of a film, "why'd she do that", that wouldn't happen", etc... not me. With a film like this, it either entertained me, or didn't. Well, this one certainly did. I found all the acting excellant, and the situation not all that unbelievable. Though "over the top", it is a non-stop ride of suspense as Douglas' nightmare (and life) un-folds. I recall there were some copy-cat flicks made shortly after this came out, trying to duplicate what this film has. Well, they didn't succeed, and were soon forgotten. I feel that this film, with its great cast , production, intelligent script, and direction, will not be topped for films of it's kind, and will stand the test of time. It pushes ALL the buttons."
Patski | Phoenix, AZ | 07/20/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"The initial "Fatal Attraction" film, "Play Misty For Me" is loads better than this. This film is not without its merits however. Fine performances by the leads and taut direction with no lulls in the plot! Glenn Close appears very unattractive in this film (but then again, she isn't very attractive especially with that tangled hair). She looks like a psycho. One cannnot understand the motivation behind Douglas's character sleeping with her....especially when he has the gorgeous Anne Archer as his wife!! What man in HIS right mind would want to cheat on someone like her??? There is nothing in the script to justify his infidelity. This makes the story less plausible than it could have been, unlike "Play Misty" which involves a single man with a one night stand that went terribly awry. The ending packs a wallop with Douglas, Archer and Close in the bathtub sequence. It would have been helpful though to find out if Close was really pregnant or not. Psychos are pathological liars and will say anything to further their own purposes. Close succeeds brilliantly on all counts and is a great villainness. The screenplay hits another snag in the sequence where Close (Alex) kidnaps the little girl and takes her to the amusement park. There is nothing to show how this is built up? Does she just show up at the school and take the child? The child would be terrified and there would be cause for concern...unless there was no one around, which is highly unlikely. Or does she show up at the school and beguile the little girl with a story of how she is her mother's friend and her mother asked her to pick her up and take her to the amusement park. None of this is shown. All we see is Close and the little girl riding around in a rollercoaster, the little girl having the time of her life, not the least bit afraid. This would have been all right if it had been properly set up, but it wasn't. Also, if I knew there was pyscho threatning my family I would have warned my child to not talk to any strangers!! This is where the plot falls flat. Plus, didn't home security systems exist in 1987???? Or did they just forget to lock their doors when they went to the grandparents house and Close snuck in and started the rabbit stew?? Totally unbelievable. That's why this film merits only 3 stars from me."
This Ain't Fiction
Patski | 03/31/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I always thought this film was totally unrealistic, just WAY too over the top in its presentation of the Alex Forrest character. Her initial little quirks, her escalating manipulation, her ultimate eruption into wholesale psychosis -- I lalways thought, "Oh pshaw, this is a cartoon! This is a movie-writer's concoction!"And then: It happened to me (though not exactly the same circumstances... we both were single). I met a genuine borderline personality disorder, and that person behaved EXACTLY like Alex Forrest (though stopping short of rabbit boiling and knife violence). I watched the film again later, and was astounded at how well the details of borderline personality disorder were captured, the self-delusion, the emotional coercion, the complete disintegration of logic and final loss of control.This is a great movie. And believe me, there really are people with all the tools (or lack thereof) necessary for becoming Alex Forrest in real life."