Final Analysis 1992

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Psychological thriller about a psychiatrist who becomes a murder suspect after allowing himself to become more than professionally involved with two wacky sisters.

Starring:
Richard Gere,Kim Basinger
Runtime:
2 hours, 4 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Phil Joanou
Starring Richard Gere, Kim Basinger
Supporting actors Uma Thurman, Eric Roberts, Paul Guilfoyle, Keith David, Robert Harper, Agustin Rodriguez, Rita Zohar, George Murdock, Shirley Prestia, Tony Genaro
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 July 2006
Format: DVD
I thoroughly enjoyed Final Analysis and that was because there was plenty to think about in this slow-moving film with a substantial plot.Kim Basinger and Uma Thurman were excellent as the sisters from hell and Richard Gere put in a good turn as a naive psychiatrist who becomes less naive as the plot develops.There are some really great special effects /stunts in the film and you have to keep guessing what will happen next right to the end.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Saturnicus VINE VOICE on 3 Sept. 2010
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A dark, psychological thriller starring Richard Gere as a psychiatrist who falls in love with the sister of one of his patients, Kim Basinger and Uma Thurman respectively.
I will not go into the plot which twists and turns, but what starts out as a rather slow film, picks up and reaches an exciting climax. The cast are very good and the atmosphere is chilling, ably supported by an extremely strong and effective soundtrack which sets the mood brilliantly.
Overall, it is a most watchable movie which reminds one of something from the Alfred Hitchcock stable.
Not bad at all.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By F. Panin on 6 May 2012
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That's how I would summarize this movie. It is a typical US production, well crafted, with simple-enough characters, 2 + 1 handsome actors to please all. San Francisco views are picturesque and undoubtedly help make a pleasant movie. More effort could be placed to have a wittier dialogue, though.
You know Richard is good and, no matter what, he will end well. The mystery is which of the evil sister is really the bad one.
The final scene at the lighthouse reminds too closely of other movies (Hitchcock) and could have been replaced with something more original. It is a weak spot.
You tired from an afternoon spent gardening? or from a day at work? Watch this, and relax.
Oh, and remember, if you just met your girlfriend, please slide the conversation to pathological intoxication, to make sure she is free of it.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "supervoc" on 10 Feb. 2001
Format: DVD
Contemporary filmmakers going for something Hitchcockian generally succeed when it comes to the visuals, but often skimp on the characters and the set-up. A perfect example of someone getting it right is David Mamet's 'The Spanish Prisoner' which bypasses the big fireworks completely, taking the slow, methodical route to utmost believability. This, though, is a typically overblown piece of '90s moviemaking which actually features too many plot twists (yes, it is possible!) Phil Joanou, aided by Coppola's regular art guy, Dean Tavoularis, delivers an eye-popping Hitch' type visual thrill (the climactic lighthouse scene is a real treat on DVD), and the cast are top-notch (it wasn't like talent suddenly happened to Basinger prior to her Oscar victory, and she's great here as the film's howlin' nasty) but ultimately, the film serves as brain candy for one night only, and certainly isn't destined for anyone's hall of fame.
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This had the makings of a good movie if it focused on Heather's husband and his confrontation with Richard Gere. The husband is an echo of Heather's father who raped her as a child, but he is a character in his own right because he abuses Heather, but shrinks when he is challenged by a real man as represented by Gere. This shows that Heather's husband can only bully women rather than men, and it would have been good seeing Gere head to head with Heather's husband. Sadly, her husband only plays a small part in the film, and the rest of the movie tails off into a pedestrian storyline.

Not a good movie.
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Glossy tale of a psychiatrist who manages to get mixed up with a patient and her psycho sister. Fairly good performances and photography of San Francisco. Adequate to while away a couple of hours.
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An excellent drama with an interesting and unexpected theme. Very good acting. The conclusion could have been better arranged but it did not make a major impact
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it is interesting to see and find out how relationships can evolve in the legal world even if they shouldn't and the problems that can occur through them
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