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Final Analysis (1992)

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In Final Analysis, Richard Gere stars as Isaac Barr, a San Francisco psychiatrist whose alluring patient Diana Baylor (Uma Thurman) is being treated for traumatic memories. In order to find out more about her trauma, Diana suggests that Isaac speak to her sister and question her about what went on between them in the past. But when Isaac sets eyes on Diana's sister Heather (Kim Basinger), they become involved in a torrid and steamy sex affair. Unfortunately, Heather is married to psychotic sadist Jimmy Evans (Eric Roberts).
Rating:
R (adult situations/language, nudity, violence)
Genre:
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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 wide
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Studio:
Warner Home Video

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Cast

Richard Gere
as Dr. Isaac Barr
Kim Basinger
as Heather Evans
Uma Thurman
as Diana Baylor
Eric Roberts
as Jimmy Evans
Paul Guilfoyle (II)
as Mike O'Brien
Keith David
as Det. Huggins
Robert Harper
as Alan Lowenthal
Agustin Rodriguez
as Pepe Carrero
Rita Zohar
as Dr. Grusin
George Murdock
as Judge Costello
Harris Yulin
as Prosecuting Attorney
Shirley Prestia
as D.A. Kaufman
Tony Genaro
as Hector
Wood Moy
as Dr. Lee
Jack Shearer
as Insurance Consultant Doctor
Lee Anthony
as Judge
Derick Alexander
as Ambulance Driver
Abigail Van Alyn
as Night Nurse
Rober Bearde
as Orderly
Dennis Matthews
as Ambulance Attendant
Tessa Konig-Martinez
as Woman Witness
Ernie Davis
as Young Tough
Rico Alaniz
as Old Spanish Man
Charlie Holiday
as Jury Foreman
Jeff Tanner
as Dinner Companion
Jeff Smolek
as Hospital Security
John Roselius
as Sheriff's Deputy
Michael Sayles
as Deputy Guard
Anna Nicholas
as Ex-Girlfriend
Corey John Fischer
as Forensic Doctor
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All Critics (24) | Top Critics (8)

Tantalizing double-crosses mount right up to the eerie final scene.

Full Review… | March 26, 2009
Variety
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It's hard to care in the end.

Full Review… | January 26, 2006
Time Out
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The movie attempts to top each of its revelations with still another until reason bends and interest flags.

Full Review… | May 20, 2003
New York Times
Top Critic

Things get weirder and weirder, until it's clear scriptwriter Wesley Strick's the one who needs analysis.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Washington Post
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Most audiences are likely to emerge dazed and a little goofy, convinced they've seen a humdinger, but unable to quite describe it.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Chicago Sun-Times
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Has so many twists, turns and backward leaps, the actors tackle their work like trained poodles in a circus act.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Washington Post
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Audience Reviews for Final Analysis

½

I don't really know what to say....It's a good movie...It have twists and turns that you didn't see coming. But come on....we can all tell it's just a Basic Instinc wanna be (never can be) Like....Richard Gere and Kim Basinger...Is it just me or is that just a cheap rip of of Douglas and Stone? Well as I said....Good movie, good story,good actors. But still...never can be

Martin Sahlin
Martin Sahlin

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Phil Joanou spins a Hitchcock type thriller web that stars plenty of eye candy. It is not a perfect thriller, nor does it embark on new journeys into the psychological thriller noir but it has a classy feel to it. I wish I could have edited this picture to fill in the potholes (who carries a barbell in their purse for protection and how farfetched are the finale sequences?) It nearly cripples itself at times because it reaches too far out. The core of the story works and we can involve ourselves in the basics but it got greedy. The story just gets too carried away at times to the point where it is a bit laughable. The plot does, however, swerve in and out of lustful suspense well enough that we remain interested. The twists and layers unravel and keep unraveling until the final conclusions and the cast keeps us guessing all the while. That is what makes this movie work as well as it does. Eric Roberts brings his well known intensity as the no good husband and shows that he is still a stand up actor. He immediately earns our disliking and that is just what he wanted. Basinger, Thurman, and Gere bring different shades of character that work well in complex settings so the casting department needs some praises for great variety. A would be great story, paired with considerable flaws, Final Analysis gives us a moderate noir trip that will surely divide it's audience. (D)

Craig Taylor
Craig Taylor
½

(1992 Director: Phil Joanou) Oh yeah! This is a fun movie, a bit of a comedy, ieven for the theme of Gere falling in love with Bassinger who was married to the Mob... Okay...Thought it might be interesting to know that 3 of Gere's overwhelming favorites amongst my "friends" here on Flixster were: 1-An Officer & A Gentleman 2-Pretty Woman 3-American Gigolo {very very risque for 1980) First Knight, Breathless, The Hoax & 3 which I have NOT yet seen The Hunting Party (2007), Runaway Bride and Dr. T, Some other excellent acting performances I should mention were: Primal Fear and Unfaithful (my 2 personal favorites!),

Teresa S
Teresa S

Super Reviewer

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