Mirage (1995) - Rotten Tomatoes

Mirage (1995)

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This unintentionally campy suspense thriller takes a large part of its plot from Hitchcock's Vertigo. Matteo Juarez, a former policeman in Palm Springs, has been emotionally devastated by his accidental death of a female hostage he was trying to save. Donald Gale, a wealthy capitalist and environmentalist, is determined to save California's unique Salton Sea. He hires Juarez to protect his mysterious wife. Jennifer is not all she seems. Juarez, who tails her, is surprised to find her working secretly as a blond wigged stripper. After saving her two times, Juarez falls in love with her. After she is brutally murdered, Juarez again sinks into depression, alcoholism, and self-blame. Things turn around when he encounters a waitress who appears identical to Jennifer. She says she is a recent Irish immigrant, but Juarez doesn't believe her and sets off to solve the mystery once and for all.

Cast

Edward James Olmos
as Matt Juarez
Sean Young
as Jennifer Gale/Shannon
James Andronica
as Lt. Richie Randazzo
Leroy Joseph
as Got a Dime Prisoner
Cuauhtemoc Rivas
as Parking Hustler
Bobalu
as Jorge Juarez
Paul Williams
as Donald Gale
Walter Guarino
as Nude Bar Proprietor
Tony King
as Nude Bar Thug
Patricia Sill
as Homeless Vicky
Chris De Rose
as Man With Hostage
Jessica Gonzalez
as Teenage Hostage
Joel Kisner
as Sergeant's Partner
Eric Morris
as Police Captain
Joey Cook
as Boy in Wheelchair
Marcos Roybal
as Boy's Brother
Barbara Rohdie
as Waitress (1 Year Later)
Mark Silverman
as Sales Meeting Skeptic
John Lizzi
as Skeptic's Partner
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Poor, unsuccessful cloning of Hitchcock's Vertigo

June 17, 2011 | Rating: D | Full Review…
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