So bad, it's almost brilliant... Almost! Replace Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal with Liz Taylor and Richard Burton and you might just have something.
I've seen this film countless times, usually on TV late at night, a guilty pleasure I suppose.
One of strengths of this film are the scenes showing New York at its most glorious and dangerously decrepit - a place where rape and murder is around every corner. There is indeed a whole sub-genre of these 'if you walk in central park after dark, you WILL be mugged, raped, or murdered' New York films. These films of course were mirroring genuine…