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In the lead roles, both Fawcett and Russo are quite good. However this play got lost in translation to the screen.
I ended up liking this more than I thought I would. It's political views are all over the map, but it ended slightly better than I expected it to. A good performance by Farrah Fawcett.
Loved Farrah in this movie and payback is a bitch, wish it ended better
Great performances from all involved, but there's something missing from this that I can't quite put my finger on. I wouldn't mind seeing a 21st century remake.
Though the dialogue is at times implausible and Diana Scarwid's performance is not all that credible, "Extremities" is an interesting, disturbing portrayal of human violence that poses a question of where justification lies in revenge. The film adaptation, I think, is better than the stage play that inspired it. William Mastrosimone's script is most fitting as a movie, not as a theatrical piece. Where the movie works is in Farrah Fawcett's surprising performance. She is quite good, playing a victim with a quiet fear, and when she fights back and her would-be rapist becomes the victim, she lifts the movie up and adds a great intensity to the character of Marjorie. It is because of her that "Extremities" is better than it should be.
Rape-and-revenge, 80s TV movie style. Worth a watch if you like that sort of thing.
It was alright. Nothing great and surely not one of my favorite Farrah Fawcett movies.
tagline says it all: a woman who goes to extremities....
I remember that I saw this when it first came out. I re-watched it again and her acting definitely reminds me of the character she played in, "Burning Bed." Her performance was believable.
Because the topic matter sickens me, the ending left me feeling unsatisfied.