Save Me

1994

Mystery / Thriller

64
IMDb Rating 3.8 10 599

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Bill Nunn as Vincent
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855.91 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
93 min
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
93 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by RogerMooreTheBestBond 10 / 10 / 10

Definitely worth a look to see Lysette Anthony Naked

Lysette Anthony became a favorite of mine after her wholesome role in Krull. She shows her skill as an adult actress in this film. First of all, you need to get the unrated version. This movie is a soft core thriller that has Harry Hamlin getting involved with Lysette. The first sexy scene has her trying on a tight white nightie. Her body is perfect and Harry can't help but stare. Then she has a nice love scene in the back room of the store wearing that white nightie. She not naked, but she is smoking hot to look at. Next they do it in a car and we see her bra, but no nudity yet. The scene is pretty good. Finally we get to Lysette naked. She is in bed and Harry pulls down the sheets to reveal her nude, perfect body. She makes love to him on top and on the bottom. Really nice shots of her boobs and her nude frame from the side. We get more nudity as Lysette comes out of the hot tub. It's a short scene. Then about 52 minutes in we get the best nude scene of the film. Heck, it might be in the top 10 of all time nude scenes(along with Rochelle Swanson, Tanya Roberts & Kristi Ducati). They undress in front of the fireplace, which makes it hot already. She gets totally nude and there is a shot of her riding him as he holds her up that goes on for an amazing 50 seconds. There is a really nice shot of her boobs as they climax together. The scene is also hot because of both bodies showing sweat. There is one other scene where Harry forces himself on Lysette in a garage where you see a little boob from Lysette, but the fireplace scene and the bed scene are the two best. Aside from the love scenes, I can see why other did not care for the movie. It was made just so we could see Lysette naked.

Reviewed by Dr.Jolly 9 / 10 / 10

Unless you have a strong desire to see Lysette Anthony nude, rent something else.

I saw this movie on a movie channel not too long ago in the middle of the night. It's a B movie with a different twist. Lysette Anthony plays a beautiful woman who suffers from multiple personality disorders. Her problem isn't to hard for her to handle, until her normal self pursues Harry Hamlin. As she dates Hamlin, her evil identity appears randomly and constantly seduces Hamlin. In case you're wondering where you've seen the lovely British actress, Anthony has been the evil blond in Look Who's Talking Now, and had supporting roles in Dr.Jekyl and Ms. Hyde, along with Dracula (Dead And Loving It). Hamlin and Ironside (who plays Anthony's shrink) are from L.A. Law fame. The movie has a good story to go with, but begins to stray away from the plot and dive more into the sex. Before you know it, Hamlin and Anthony are having sex every five minutes, and soon, the movie becomes another Cinemax romp fest. Being male, I did enjoy seeing the naked Anthony a few times, but visual stimulus can only last so long. Hamlin and Ironside are TV actors, which means they are stuck in character roles (in this case as lawyers which is even worse). Overall, if you flip over to the channel playing this one and catch Anthony nude, you're lucky, because it's the only reason to watch this one. I give it a 3 out of 10.

Reviewed by JUBriscoe 9 / 10 / 10

A Well-Made Erotic Thriller

'Save Me' is a well-made psycho-sexual drama typical of the erotic thrillers made in the 90s. The film stars Harry Hamlin as Jim Stevens, a stockbroker whose life is falling apart when his wife's (Olivia Hussey) infidelity drives him into a marital separation he does not want. Stevens' life is also being made miserable by an inept and power-driven boss (Steven Railsback) whose illegal dealings threaten his job. When by chance he meets Ellie (Lysette Anthony) his whole life changes, but as you will see, not necessarily for the better. He becomes obsessed with her, and she with him, but soon their sexual rendezvous become known to the other man in her life, Oliver (Michael Ironside), a psychiatrist with whom she is living. The plot thickens when Oliver threatens Stevens and he becomes the target of assaults and attempts on his life by an unknown assailant. The plot twists and turns into a suspenseful surprise ending, and Stevens learns the bitter truth: an English rose of such unequaled beauty and charm has many thorns. This film is characteristic of many 'B-titles' that have made the rounds on the cable circuit, only this one is also available in a unrated version that you won't likely see unless you rent it. There are some casting shortfalls not unlike 'B-titles' but the story itself is plausible and a good showcase for stunning Lysette Anthony, who easily mesmerizes the viewer into noticing little else in every scene she's in.

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