The Last Seduction * John Dahl (1994)

The calculated and super sexy bitch Bridget (Linda Fiorentino) runs off on her husband (Bill Pullman) with a substantial amount of cash. She ends up in “cowland” and has to improvise making an elaborate plan to be able to keep the money. The film has some 50’ies elements and generally is a bit of a Hitchcock-like film, not really a thriller in the modern sense of the word, but a film in which we watch a criminal mind work out a plan. The story plods along without great surprises, but is worked out well enough to remain interesting. “The Last Seduction” may be a not too special film, but a very well-done one. It reminds of the Wachowski’s early film “Bound” (1996) in a few ways. Btw. Dahl appears to be the director of the recent hit-series “Dexter” and “Californication”.

Leave a Reply

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>




Search website

Last blog entries

Again somewhere

It does not happen to me often that I pick a film that I forgot I saw. “Somewhere” did not make a whole lot of impression, apparently it neither did the first time I saw it. A film without a story. We just see a few days of the life of a famous actor screwing [...]

Wicker weekend

Last weekend I saw both Wicker Man films, the 1973 original and the 2006 remake and I just see that I ‘blogged’ about these films before.


Nicholas Winding weekend

Last weekend I have rewatched both “Drive” (2011) and “Only God Forgives” (2013). The films are very similar, yet very different. Both have Ryan Gosling as poker-faced main character. In both films Goslings character is involved in illegal activities, but does not really seem to want to. Of course, both films are slow and minimalistic. [...]

No blog

A “blog” with one entry every two years, that is quite cool, is it not?

It has been a couple of years since I added “blogs” to the different sections so I could share information other than reviews. Looking back, I am not entirely sure what kind of information I had in mind. I [...]

Fantasy bombast

During two airplaneflights I have killed some time watching to fantasy spectacles. First the lauded “Avatar”, second the first “Hobbit”. I did not expect “Avatar” to be some sort of “Matrix”, but the famous blue characters inhabit some sort of ‘inbetweenworld’ that men can only come using some sort of machine. The film is an [...]