there's a thing where you adds 'in my ass' to the end of a movie title, so here are some…
They're dying to play with you.
When teen-socialite Kelly Van Ryan (Richards) and troubled bad girl Suzie Toller (Campbell) accuse guidance counselor Sam Lombardo (Dillon) of rape, he's suspended by the school, rejected by the town, and fighting to get his life back. One cop (Bacon) suspects conspiracy, but nothing is what it seems...
Sex Ed. Sailing with Jimmy. A semi-charmed life. Skeet shooting. A MILF. Country club rejection. When you need a top-notch lawyer, call a Ghostbuster. A shocking courtroom revelation. Having the pool boy do your dirty work. A sleazy motel. Johnny Drama's brother, Sidney Prescott, and Charlie Sheen's baby mama in one hot and unforgettable three-way champagne celebration. A poolside catfight turns steamy. A double-cross. A triple-cross. A tragic night at the guesthouse. Kevin Bacon's bacon. Speargun ownage. Sam's last toast. As the credits roll, this wild ride ends and all secrets are let out of the bag.
This film is like making love to a mediocre gymnast who tries to sleep her way to the top, starting with the guy/gal who fills those bowls with powdered chalk.
It's sleazy and twisty.
An extra star for Kevin's bacon.
John McNaughton's Wild Things got a reputation as a bit of a steamy erotic thriller. It copped flak in the States for some of the sex scenes and helped land Denise Richards a Bond girl role in The World Is Not Enough. However these days this is tame in comparison to any sexual thriller with any imagination and although this does sizzle at times, the two actresses are more wooden than Matt Dillon's boat.
When a guidance teacher is accused of raping a socialites daughter in a rich Miami suburb, it opens a can of worms and a desire for retribution. He's instantly ostracized and is the victim of harassment and assault. All however is not as it seems and…
Bury me in a casket made of 90's sex thrillers, make the base out of Wild Things dvds.
'Wild Things' is one of those trashy 90's romps that appears to have been overshadowed purely for the infamous threesome scene rather than the film itself. The story is exciting, thrilling and keeps you thinking, but all people seem to remember are BOOBS! and SEX! I can't really argue against those points, as 'Wild Things' have both of these things in abundance, but that's not all it has going for it.
With director John McNaughton at the helm you know this isn't going to be as straight forward as it first seems, which is a little strange, as the first 30 or so minutes its plays out pretty, well normal really. Rich kids acting like rich kids, good looking teens…
After noticing that the video store I work at has Wild Things and its three DTV sequels I had what may be my worst idea ever: Wild Things Marathon. I had planned to watch all 4 tonight but a storm caused my power to go off for 2 hours so I will be watching the first 2 tonight and the last 2 tomorrow morning. God help me.
Anyways the original is pretty good for a film overloaded with twists and sleaze. While I'm pretty sure that the script is unaware of how half-baked it is John McNaughton (director of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer) plays everything with a slight wink towards the audience. The performances all have the perfect tone; not too serious yet not too over the top. Overall Wild Things is a fun ride and is technically better made than most people give it credit. Now onto the sequels...
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
SHE DID THAT!
Wenn man glaubt Twists sind cool und tun einem Film richtig gut, hat man noch nie Wild Things gesehen. 😒
- A for Bill Murray
- B for Effort
- C for Plot twists
everyone in this entire film: i.ytimg.com/vi/vmd1qMN5Yo0/maxresdefault.jpg
i love films that shove as many plot twists as they can into them.. they're terrible but fun to watch as the film slowly goes downhill but in a good way
Delightful knowing trash, one of the finest nineties neo-noirs thanks to its' ability to avoid copying Tarantino and finding its' own fun. Fine performances from all involved with the actors clearly enjoying getting to go against type (Neve Campbell is the kind of awesome femme fatale When Will I Be Loved? wants and fails to provide), a breathless plot and sexy as Hell.
it's kinda like they just decided that being the best movie meant having the most twists
Film # 16 of the "Scavenger Hunt # 17" Challenge
Task # 2: A film featuring a car wash or someone washing a car
At first sight “Wild Things” looks like a film that we already have a dozen of. A popular teacher, type ideal son in law, is accused of raping one of his students. But with this movie, nothing is as it seems. Instead of going down the obvious road, “Wild Things” has some surprising plot twist and original turns. the viewer is constantly tested and the exact details are left for the end.
The acting in “Wild Things” is not always convincing. Kevin Bacon gives away one of the stronger performances, as detective Ray Duquette.…
Все друг друга подставляют. В 90-е это выглядело куда заковыристее, чем выглядит сейчас.