Action / Comedy / Drama / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 4.5 10 2522


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Carrie-Anne Moss as Saffron
Kevin Dillon as Fred
Joe Mantegna as Detective Reynolds
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sandcrab277 5 / 10

a waste of footage

Honestly when you have to watch 128 minutes of heather graham parading her pushed up and out breasts, without her getting naked is a total waste of film space...if she had sexual relations with other than food it could have fooled me...her execution of the parrot was morbid and unnecessary...if i had a woman at home that looked like her, she wouldn't have time to cook or daydream, let alone watch old films...the chef that actually prepared the meals did a decent job but plating food is far more over rated than it should be...

Reviewed by andi_riot 2 / 10

Foodie and the Barf

I love food. I love women... but as lovely as these two women might be they have absolutely NO chemistry whatsoever. In fact, this is the kind of movie that makes you think "wow... how can such a good actress suck so much?" (I'm looking at you Carrie-Ann)

The movie starts off pretty decent and just gets worse and worse with disembodied flashbacks and the worst portrayal of an eating disorder I have ever seen.

On another note, if you want to look at Heather's glorious tits for 88 minutes GO WATCH THIS NOW!

Reviewed by Danii Disaster 8 / 10

Better Than The Original

Saw the original (a Korean movie called "301/302") years ago as part of my research in preparation for working with patients with eating disorders at a psych unit.

Didn't know that "Compulsion" was a remake of it until I started watching it. I was actually looking to watch the British movie of the same title (starring Ray Winstone and Parminder Nagra), but came across this one, and I'm glad I did.

It has since become one of my favourite movies. A unique and original story of two people with different obsessions around food (one loves it to death, the other hates it to death - literally).

But a thriller? Seriously? No way. It's pure drama. Wonderful, explorable characters and top-notch acting. Loved Heather Graham in this - so vivid and charismatic. Moss was great, too.

All in all, a great flick for drama-lovers, particularly those interested in mental disorders (Amy = OCD; Saffron = OCD and bulimia). Just don't expect much "action" - there are no "thrills" in this thriller. Like I said, - it's pure drama.

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