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Blind Date [VHS]

D.B. Sweeney , Courteney Cox , Bradley Battersby    Suitable for 18 years and over   VHS Tape
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  • Actors: D.B. Sweeney, Courteney Cox, Craig Sheffer, Philip Baker Hall, Sandy Ward
  • Directors: Bradley Battersby
  • Writers: Bradley Battersby, Arthur Collis
  • Producers: Arthur Collis, David Peters, Joel Soisson, Martin F. Gold, Michael S. Murphey
  • Language: English
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Unique Films
  • VHS Release Date: 24 Jan 2000
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CIBL
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 421,399 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Beautiful women are being murdered on the streets of Athens, and the only witness, Jonathan Radcliffe, has lost his sight as a result of a sexual trauma. Experimental surgery partially restores his sight using a cranial camera, but his memory of the killer's face is in digitised form only. Radcliffe now finds himself next on the murderer's hit list.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Blue Desert 6 Feb 2011
Format:DVD
this film was very interesting for seeing that Courteney Cox can act completely differently from Monica in FRIENDS for which she is best known,the film is just the right length but it is too easy to work out the identity of the baddie and the plot is a bit wayward and implausable at times but is still worth a watch just for Courteney Cox acting which makes this film
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4.0 out of 5 stars 'When the desert turns blue,danger begins..' 25 Jun 2013
By babyday
Format:DVD
Comic book artist Lisa(Courteney cox) goes to stay in a trailer in a small desert town to recuperate after being attacked in New york.It is there she meets a strange drifter who makes sexual advances towards her.Frightened & alone,she turns to local police officer Steve for help & the 2 start a romance.With little evidence to keep him locked up,the drifter(who is a recently paroled convict) is released & calls in on her again,warning her that Steve is not the man she thinks he is.Lisa doesnt know what to believe,someone is stalking her & when things about Steve dont add up she no longer knows who she can trust..!
Excellent twists & turns thriller,which really keeps the suspense & t was great to see Courteney in such a dramatic role!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Think life in a small town is peaceful...think again! 4 Jan 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
After being sexually assaulted, a city woman(Courtney Cox) moves to a small town in search of security and peace of mind. There she meets two men. D.B. Sweeney portrays police officer and local good guy...or is he? Craig Sheffer portrays ex-con and local trouble maker...or is he? One man is out to get her, simply because he is bored with small town existance and needs to create his own thrills. (And because I think he's a little nuts too!) One man is trying to protect her. Who should she trust? Her life depends on it! Looks like the town mechanic is her only ally...or is he? It is as hard for the viewer to tell who's who in this film, as it is for Cox! The focus is constantly shifted between Sheffer and Sweeney, along with the suspicion! What I like about this movie, is that every time you think you have figured out which of the two men is the real bad guy...it does a flip and changes your mind, over and over again and over again! I'll bet you can't figure it out till the end...or can you? Another thing I liked was, even though I knew the outcome, it was just as fun and entertaining to watch a second time from a different perspective! This movie tries to be serious and fails. It is corney at times. There are some funny scenes, but I don't think they are suppose to be funny. These are just a few of the things I like about Blue Desert! It is low budget, B-movie schlock at it's best. Cox is adequate as the paranoid, perpetual victim. Sweeney is convincing in his cop role...or is he? Sheffer is at his creepy best...or is he? It all just goes to show you can't judge a book by it's cover...or can you? If this review has left you wondering, then see Blue Desert...or don't!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The relentless pursuit of trust (aka Looking for Friends in the Southwest) 15 Feb 2007
By Sarah Bellum - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This movie plays a little like a Lifetime channel movie or perhaps a network movie of the week, except with a little nudity thrown in. Other reviewers have relayed the plot nicely, so I won't rehash it all here. I find it somewhat disingenuous in its portrayal of men, especially in one of the first scenes. In a bit of contrivance, a policeman chastises Lisa (Courtney Cox), accusing her of inviting repeated sexual assaults. Beg pardon? I suppose it could happen, though I find it a tad too devious to be believable. No one in her new location appears trustworthy, except Officer Smith (D.B. Sweeney), who frequents Lisa's trailer home to protect her from local psycho Randall (an atypically scruffy Craig Sheffer). Her life becomes so relentlessly miserable that the film becomes almost too dreary to watch. Aside from some decent suspense, there really isn't much reason to see this, unless one happens to be a huge fan of one of the aforementioned individuals. I suppose the other interest here would be the bit of nudity Lisa shows, though most of it is a body double for Cox. However, there does appear to be one brief instance when a body double is not used and we see a bit of Courtney. She looks lovely and does a fine job with her role, as do Sweeney, Sheffer and the rest. Worth one viewing, though don't go out of your way.
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good yet not???? 21 Aug 2001
By "fox_and_cox_rok" - Published on Amazon.com
I'm a huge fan of CeCe...that's the "cox" that is in my name... Anyways, about Blue Desert, i saw it on tv. I had pretty high expectations of it and i also already knew who the "bad" guy was. Like the other guy said, it was kinda corny at points and funny too.
Lisa Roberts (Courteney Cox) is kind of a troubled women. She gets raped on the streets of New York (for the second time) and doesn't get much sympathy from the police department there. She decides to move to the quieter, more open spaces of Arizona where she meets these two men who are seemingly attracted to her. Randall Atkins (Craig Sheffer),is a grungy-low-voice-long-hair sort of guy. He is nice enough though and they go out on a date. She invites him in, and he makes sexual advances towards her. Due to her recent rape, she is uncomfortable and askes him to leave. She eventually knocks him out and that's when we all meet Steve Smith(D.B. Sweeney)the "nice, good" policeman.
As he tries to help Lisa, they also become involved.
Things get weird as both the men try to warn her about the other. It's pretty darn suspensful, that is, if you don't know who the "bad" guy is. Still, the acting is top notch and i recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of anyone in the cast or just wanna be entertained by a 27 year-old CeCe. It's cute...not the movie, her. Enjoy.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars I have a question:) 4 Jun 2001
By kimsfish - Published on Amazon.com
I cannot find any information about the soundtrack of this movie. Does anyone know where i can find this music? I know that Dan navaro sings a song in it and i would like to find the soundtrack to purchase.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An OK, entertaining film. 8 Sep 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Its been several years since I last saw this film, but I remember it as being a nice bit of somewhat suspenseful evening entertainment. As an East coast native who moved out to the rural Southwest.....and then back East....and then back to the rural Southwest a second time, I could kind of relate to the movie's Courtney Cox coastal metropolitan character and the somewhat quirky small town characters as well.
The song during the closing credits, "What I Make Myself Believe" fits the storyline nicely. For the kimsfish reviewer from Seattle, Washington (Jun/3/2001), there is no movie soundtrack per se that I know of. However the "What I Make Myself Believe" song by Eric Lowen/Dan Navarro can be found on the Lowen and Navarro album entitled "Walking on a Wire".
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