Jennifer 8

1992

Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

82
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 14,020

Synopsis


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Cast

Andy Garcia as Frank Conner
John Malkovich as Professor Sandiford
Lance Henriksen as Frank Martin
Uma Thurman as Self
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871.38 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
124 min
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1.85 GB
1920×1080
English
R
23.976 fps
124 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by clacura 9 / 10 / 10

Classic Thriller with a GOLD Nugget!

Director Bruce Robinson got robbed! Would have been nice if the film company put into their budget advertising. This movie has it all folks. First, the cast. Excellent. Several budding stars in the making. Lance Hendriksen is just fabulous. Like any great film actor there is little time to develop a character so casting must be spot on. Lance is believable from the first seconds of the opening scene. Sets the tone of his character Freddy Ross. Uma is great. Her eyes are eerie. She plays this role with softness and depth. All the characters are well thought out. Graham Beckel is just a scary dude. We don't know his name, but he plays the bad guy perfectly. Those eyes! All the supporting cast hit the bulls-eye like watching Seinfeld...memorable from the get-go. Secondly, the atmosphere. Blind girl in a school for the blind in the cold mountains--rain and snow. What more could you ask for? Thirdly, the first little nugget. Christopher Young. The soundtrack is amazing. Haunting. Beautiful. When I first saw this movie I actually searched to buy the soundtrack. I never do this. It's that good! Lastly, the gold nugget. This is a movie with a twist of an ending. Remember, it is 1992. This was not done to my recall at the time. Rent this, buy this movie and watch with close friends late at night when it rains. Trust me! A great movie for male-female company. OK...the actor I never saw before had one core scene and just for this it is worth watching. Enter the brilliance of Mr. John Malkovich! We have all seen many movies where FBI agent interrogates suspect. But Malkovich takes extremely well written dialogue and it comes alive off the page. He should have won something for this performance. What I thought was just another actor for a pivotal scene made the move. His nuances, tone, pace, timing...just being Malkovich is acting at the highest level. This should have been another scene in the movie and he now becomes a main character stealing the scenes. Incredible performance. Watch this movie. There are so many little details that are engaging. The time clock that speaks freaks you out. The empty light sockets. The sound of the mattress in the house. On and on...

Reviewed by diz-syd-63 10 / 10 / 10

A sadly neglected film

I really adored this film and have watched it a few times. Such amazing acting from such incredibly diverse actors: Andy Garcia is just perfect as the police sergeant (and incredibly sexy in this role); Uma Thurman plays a blind musician very convincingly and some scenes are truly terrifying; John Malkovich has a stern, unrelenting style that is seemingly perfect for him in this role (St. Anne). It is, really, a love story, set amongst a brutal serial killer's shadow. The dialog is clear and lucid, the photography very fine and often very close to the actor's faces. For Andy Garcia, this is great as he is so damned sexy. If it's a film you've thought about watching but have not, please do so. Terribly underrated.

Reviewed by Stevan Jovanovic 10 / 10 / 10

One of the most underrated movies of all time!

I give this movie a 10, but my real rate is 8. I give 10 because this movie deserves more that his imdb rating have so many people will not watch it because of that. Great actors in one of the greatest thrillers of all time. The atmosphere is absolutely stunning and to the end you have no idea who is the killer. Yes, movie have some bad sides but I think that deserves a "directors cut" that would make things clear for those people who gave a rating lower than 7. Enjoy watching this movie!

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