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Those Bedroom Eyes

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  • Format: DVD-Video
  • Region: All Regions
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007FUIA8C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 127,421 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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William Tauber is a psychology professor drawn into a web of danger and desire from which he cannot escape. Mourning the recent death of his wife, Tauber is easily seduced by the beautiful and mysterious Ali Broussard. Following a chance meeting of unexpected pleasure, he yearns to share her life forever, but is suspicious that she may carry a dark secret. His suspicions are confirmed, when he discovers the police are tracking a prostitute known as 'Bedroom Eyes' who murders her clients. Realising Ali may be the murderer, Tauber uses his psychological expertise to try and see the world though her eyes.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Lloyd on 18 Nov. 2010
Format: DVD
William is psychology professor and is mourning the recent death of his wife, but is seduced by a beatitiful woman howeve he is suspicious when he hears the police are tracking a prostitute known as Bedroom Eyes who murders her clients.

Is his new love a killer

Good suspense thriller
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I like Tim matheson so was thrilled to find this at such an affordable price.Its a made for tv thriller/mystery,a little predictable but enjoyable nontheless.Tim as always is in great form & Mimi rogers(who i have to admit i had never seen act in anything other then 'Ginger snaps') delivers a good performance in the femme fatale role.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Those Bedroom Eyes 22 Jan. 2009
By Wii player - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Enjoyed the movie. Probably would have been rated PG13. No nudity or bad language. Picture quality was a bit grainy.
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"You Must Have Me Confused With Someone Else!"... 26 Jan. 2014
By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Published on Amazon.com
A man named William (Tim Matheson- ANIMAL HOUSE, IMPULSE, SOMETIMES THEY COME BACK), grieving the loss of his wife, attempts suicide on a speeding train, only to be saved by a beautiful woman (Mimi Rogers- GINGER SNAPS, TV's THE X-FILES). Within seconds after his rescue, the two are naked, and Bill feels a lot better! They disembark together, but the mysterious woman leaves William at the station. Meanwhile, the police are investigating the murder of a man in a hot tub that just might be connected to the woman. William tracks her down and finds out that her name is Ali Broussard. They soon meet up again, sultry saxophones play, and the two pick up where they left off on the train. Man, these two get along VERY well for a couple of strangers! THOSE BEDROOM EYES (aka: A KISS TO DIE FOR) uses seduction, danger, and murder in an attempt to build tension. Unfortunately, due to its meandering plot, it feels like it's 6 hours long! The lead detective (William Forsythe- THE DEVIL'S REJECTS) is slowly closing in on Ali. He knows something about her that William doesn't even suspect. More murders occur, all w/ the same M.O. Cue those sexy saxophones. Three things I learned from this movie are 1- Mimi Rogers is H-O-T! 2- Never underestimate the power of lust. 3- Always listen to your cat. While listless and overly talky, it does have its moments, mostly involving homicide. I just wish it had centered more on the murder mystery aspect, rather than the mushy, lovey stuff. I did enjoy the twist toward the end though. Oh well...
Double Trouble 1 Jun. 2015
By paul freundlich - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Mimi Rogers, which is the only possible excuse for watching this schizoid clunker. I much as I can make sense of the plot, boy meets girl (as he's about to suicide); boy has sex with girl; girl turns out to be two girls in one attractive body; bad girl is killing older men in belated revenge for being raped by her father; love doesn't quite conquer all, as both good and bad girl go to the criminal justice system, though any good lawyer should be able to cop an insanity plea.
It would've been a tough script to carry with poor actors because it was a little too predictable and ... 19 Oct. 2014
By PJ. B - Published on Amazon.com
It was a kind of film noir with a modern twist. It would've been a tough script to carry with poor actors because it was a little too
predictable and cheesy at times, (with the sax playing in the background). No surprises, a good fluff movie.
this is not good 24 May 2015
By Mars - Published on Amazon.com
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There haven't been many good psychological thrillers. This isn't one of them. Save your money on this one. If you must watch this, do it if you can for free. If you watch this for free, thank me later. If you pay for this.....
I warned you.
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