V.I. Warshawski (1991)
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Based on the novels by Sara Paretsky, this film follows Chicago private detective V. I. Warshawski (Kathleen Turner) as she struggles to unravel the motives behind the murder of a former hockey player who left her with his 11-year-old daughter (Angela Goethals), his two shady brothers, and a $100 million mystery.
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Critic Reviews for V.I. Warshawski
Turner wants to play up Warshawski's detective instincts while Disney would rather ogle with the intensity of a Mormon, unsure how to successfully launch a franchise like this without alienating male audiences.
A highly enjoyable jaunt in action-thrill land
It's okay. It's not great. It kills time.
The V stands for 'Very," the I "Idiotic." I don't know what letter stands for the end of Kathleen Turner's career.
The start of Turner's cinematic downward spiral
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