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Saturday, April 01, 2006
Basic Instinct 2: The Reviews

"Spatting one-liners and sucking on cigarettes, the vampy, campy Sharon Stone does Bette Davis proud in this reasonably fun but ultimately empty suspense/thriller. Proceed at your own risk!"

-- Staci Layne Wilson, ABOUT.COM

"Instead of moving like an enchanting vision of lust, Stone stomps through every scene with the subtlety of a Clydesdale, and her hair looks like it was stolen off a Raggedy Ann doll"

-- Willie Waffle, WAFFLEMOVIES.COM

"Praising her [Stone] for flaunting herself is like applauding George Foreman for climbing into another ring or TV commercial whenever someone holds out a paycheck."

-- Lawrence Toppman, CHARLOTTE OBSERVER

"There's nothing erotic or thrilling in this supposed erotic thriller, just a lot of talky filler that leads absolutely nowhere."

-- Joshua Tyler, CINEMABLEND.COM

"Few expected Basic Instinct 2 to be very good, but no one expected it to be this boring."

-- Rene Rodriguez, MIAMI HERALD

"In this erotic-free film, as the dead bodies pile up, nothing is more dead than the movie itself."


"Numbingly dull when it isn't unintentionally laugh-out-loud funny, this pitiful sequel has almost none of the cheesy/sleazy appeal of the 1992 blockbuster. Michael Douglas stayed away, and so should you."


"There's simple trash and enjoyable trash; this movie wants to be the latter, but alas it falls into the first category."

-- Frank Swietek, ONE GUY'S OPINION


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