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Eye of the Beholder
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Eye of the Beholder 1999

From Amazon: This problematic thriller boasts several inspired elements, especially intelligent, committed performances by leads Ewan McGregor and Ashley Judd, both of whom have become hot commodities. Fans should definitely investigate their incisive work here, even if McGregor and Judd's talents are ultimately cast into a lost cause. Judd plays a black-widow serial murderer named Joanna, who is systematically seducing and killing men who, in one way or another, are outside the ordinary. (Among her victims is a blind mulimillionaire, played by Patrick Bergin, and a nasty loser portrayed, surprisingly, by Jason Priestley.) McGregor is on board as a...

Directed By:
No image existsStephan Elliott
Written By:
No image existsStephan Elliott
No image existsEwan McGregor
No image existsAshley Judd
No image existsPatrick Bergin
No image existsJason Priestley
No image existsGenevieve Bujold

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Eye of the Beholder Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/18/2007)

Call me a sucker, but I really like Ashley Judd, and, even thought there wasn't much acting in her role here. it was worth watching, and not just for the brief glimpse in the tub.

I wasn't always sure where director Stephan Elliott was going, but I was willing to tag along for the ride. It was definitely for Hitchcock...

(complete Eye of the Beholder review by Movie Addict)

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