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Genres: Drama , Crime , Mystery
Actors: Richard T. Jones , Brian Cox , Bill Nunn , Jay O. Sanders , Tony Goldwyn , Alex McArthur , Cary Elwes , Ashley Judd , Morgan Freeman , Roma Maffia , Jeremy Piven , Gina Ravera , William Converse-Roberts , Helen Martin , Tatyana Ali
Director: Gary Fleder
Country: United States
Year: 1997
IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 (32281 votes)

Alex Cross, a Washington D.C. cop and forensic psychologist learns that his niece who is going to college in North Carolina is missing. So he goes there and learns that the police think she’s among the victims of someone who kidnaps young girls and holds them captive and kills them who dubs himself Cassanova after the great lover. Later Kate, one of his victims, escapes and tries to help Cross find his niece.

Film Review

I think the only reason I wanted to see this film was because of the main star, that is it! Basically many girls have been abducted by a kidnapper calling himself Casanova, the great lover. Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) is the detective who is taking the case, not just because it is his speciality, but also his niece is one of the victims. The only way he can find this Casanova is with help of the only person who was kidnapped and escaped, Dr. Kate McTiernan (Ashley Judd). Also starring Cary Elwes as Det. Nick Ruskin, Ghost's Tony Goldwyn as Dr. William 'Will' Rudolph, Sister Act's Bill Nunn as Det. John Sampson, Brian Cox as Chief Hatfield, Durham P.D. The unfortunate thing about this film is that it is too predictable, the only bits I found with some interest are Freeman talking to a woman with a gun she is pointing to her face, and Judd's escape in the woods and jumping off the cliff. Freeman returned his character in the I think much better Along Came a Spide…

"Kiss the Girls" is so flabbergastingly cookie-cutter, it goes beyond formula. A masked psychopath in North Carolina, whose m.o. starts with the abduction of "extraordinary" (and nubile) young women from their beds at night, is tracked by a Washington, D.C. police detective "out of his jurisdiction"; helping him is a female doctor who was kidnapped but got away–thanks to her training as a kick-boxer! James Patterson's book becomes a handsome, burnished, star-driven suspenser, elevated from B-movie status simply by the money which has been poured into it. Still, it's a little embarrassing seeing cool-headed Morgan Freeman weed his way through this script, laden with dialogue like: "I could hear so many voices…and had to keep myself from crying." If that's screenwriter David Klass' idea of being lofty, he's in the wrong business. The picture is actually rather insulting to its audience in thinking we haven't alread…

I enjoyed the film and believe that it did the story some kind of justice, even if it was inferior to the feeling i got from reading Patterson's novel. I was disappointed that some of the relationships within the original story that make the book such a good read are sadly neglected in the movie. I refer to Cross's relationships with Nana, with his children, and most of all with his cop partner John Sampson. All of these help build Cross into a three dimensional character in Patterson's novels, as well as introducing us to these three dimensional characters themselves. The characters are nothing more than peripheral in the movie, and I think this was an opportunity missed to give the film more depth. Morgan Freeman, being Morgan Freeman, did a predictably awesome job in carrying the movie in his usual understated authoritative manner, but it was a shame other characters (and actors) weren't given more opportunity to share the workload. Other than that, a pretty good jo…

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