Funny...the movie was excellent (was on TV again recently) but K. Turner
never did anything for me or some friends and one really wondered what was
wrong with W. Hurt to fall for such a cliché of von Furstenberg fashion in
the sad, overworked and pseudo glamorous Jennifer Aniston/Longoria/Desperate
Housewives type...In fact both his lawyer (in the film) and Rourke seem very
baffled by his infatuation and there is one line from the lawyer that says
it all I think...therefore the fact that it is KT in this film is amply
justified...and Hurt is trully a sap there...
For personal¹ dreams think about Jessica Lange instead in The Postman...
Chacun son choix...
On 3/4/09 3:48 PM, "jacquesdebierue" <email@example.com> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:rara-avis-l%40yahoogroups.com> ,
> Kevin Burton Smith <kvnsmith@...> wrote:
>> > John Lau wrote:
>>> > > speaking of Body Heat, if you've seen what Kathleen Turner looks
>>> > > like these
>>> > > days, well there's a noirish ending for you right there
>> > Gee, what is this? THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER? PEOPLE MAGAZINE? THE VIEW?
> Not to justify the gossip, but Turner did set a lot of us guys on fire way
> back when. I suspect most of us would have played the sap for her just as the
> character in the movie did. Which is to say: that is a totally realistic film.
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