Sliver (1993) Film Review. Directed by Philip Noyce. Produced by Robert Evans. Distributed by Paramount Pictures.

Another film released in 1993,to coincide with her recent sexual encounters in Basic Instinct,this dreadful film about voyeurism,set in an exclusive New York apartment,with the only decent thing going for it is the soundtrack,with a fantastic version by UB40  of  Elvis's I Can't Help Falling In Love With You.

William Baldwin,and Sharon Stone are the hot young things,destined to be together,and f**k like rabbits,in almost every scene they are in together. The thing is William Baldwin's character happens to be the secret owner of this building,and has hidden cameras in every room,that he watches from a secret vantage point,and control room.

With two murders that happen in the apartment involving young women,is he a suspect,or does he know who has done it,but will not tell,as it will disclose his perverted secret with the spy cameras.

With some violent scenes,involving sexual assault,and murder,along with the sex scenes made this an 18 certificate,and a Restricted R in the US,with massive hurried re-shoots that even changed who the original killer was. A film that was more famous for its fights with the censors about mainly a masturbation scene involving a naked Sharon Stone.

A film only made as erotic thrillers became the norm for at least a year,with this,Body Of Evidence,Color Of Night,Boxing Helena,all were dreadful,thankfully Hollywood stopped making these quite soon,and Seven came out a few years later,making dark,horrible thrillers the norm once more.

Sharon Stone is fit with a short bobbed haircut,but even her nipples and ass cannot save this mess of a film.
2/5 ⭐️⭐️


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