Basic Instinct

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The take-no-prisoners sex thriller from 1992 now stands as a milestone in the career of screenwriter Joe Eszterhas, but in the hands of director Paul Verhoeven Basic Instinct is an undeniably stylish and provocative study of obsession. In the role that made her a star (and showed the audience a little more skin than she intended), Sharon Stone plays the cleverly manipulative novelist Catherine Tramell who snares San Francisco detectiv… More >>

Basic Instinct

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  1. I loved it when stone kissed the other girl……it was great!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Basic Instinct is markedly not one of cinema’s finest moments. Basically, yes, as said, it is soft porn. The softest of kinds which does not even really qualify as softcore and should be relented to the wee hours of the morning on skinemax. However, don’t necessarily take my word for it. There seems, however inexplicably, to be a real taste among the buying public for this stuff. I just think Stone would’ve done better as an extra in Caligula.


    Don’t get me wrong. I believe ONE DAY people will be innately good, but holy dancing [doo-doo]. I just don’t think the Stone fans should be entrusted with something like this. SHEESH!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Basic Instinct is a beautifully created film with a compelling story with enough twists and psychological bends to captivate you. Yet the sotry is bogged down with gratuitous sexual encounters that do not propel anywhere. The acting of Michael Douglas in this film was distractingly bad. He was pissed off throughout the film for no apparent reason, even in the love scenes. Sharon Stone player her character very well, a cold, manipulating and very attractive woman. Of course there isn’t very many scenes without her exposing herself. The movie seems to rest on her nudity, not her acting. Overall, the movie seems to elevate the gratuitous sex over the actual plot. So while I was being drawn into the story, the movie also pulled me away from it leaving me desiring more form the story.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. This movie reminds me of something that happened to me when I was 10 years old (1979). My stepmother (at the time) said that we (me, my Dad, her, and my two stepbrothers) HAD to go see this movie that was coming out, and we HAVE to see it the VERY FIRST weekend that it comes out. Well, we waited for over an hour (in line) to get the tickets. As it turned out, it was so crowded in the theater that we couldn’t even sit all together. I sat by myself, while my Dad sat with one of my stepbrothers and my stepmother sat with the other. Well, all the hype about the movie turned out to be just that: HYPE. As we were filing out like cattle, I heard more than one negative comment about the film, and, if I remember correctly, I believe this particular movie was gone from theaters in just over 2 months. The name of the movie???–METEOR. Never heard of it? Well, there were no crotch shots, or any nudity or icepick murders, but had there been, the movie still would have sucked.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Poor Kirk Douglas ! His son Michael f## up any movie he plays in… And Sharon Stone is said to have the highest I.Q. in Hollywood. That is NOT proven at all by being in this lousy movie.

    May I remind you that Hollywood does not exist only since the 90s but back to the 40s 50s and 60s there are hundreds of MASTERPIECES you haven’t even heard of -watch them and get smart instead of losing your time with violent artless movies
    Rating: 1 / 5

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