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FATAL ATTRACTION
1987 / Thriller
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Directed by Adrian Lyne
Written by James Dearden
Starring Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, Anne Archer, Stuart Pankin and Ellen Foley

A married man's one-night stand comes back to haunt him when that lover begins to stalk him and his family.

The following tags are associated with this movie: stalker, bunny boiler
Fatal Attraction (1987)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

8 / 10
If somebody were to ask me to name a movie that embodies what a thriller flick is, Fatal Attraction is one of the first titles that would come to mind. It continuously builds and builds, always getting just a little more and more intense as it moves along and then explodes as we arrive to it's perfectly psychotic finale.

Glenn Close is fantastic in her role. I don't personally find her to be all that attractive but I've always seen her as a real-life Leatherface because she looks like a person who is wearing someone else's face and that just adds to her crazy performance. Although she is portrayed as the "bad guy" in the movie, there's this huge grey area of empathy that you feel for her character due to the deplorable 'hit it and quit it' actions of Michael "I got cancer from cunnilingus" Douglas.

If you're looking for a chilling movie outside of the horror genre, Fatal Attraction is a fine choice.
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