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I May Destroy You
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Made during the early 90s boom in erotic thrillers that managed to make it into theatres after basic instinct.
There is only one reason to watch this film and that is Pammy Anderson. She is suitably attractive and seductive.
Surprised Chelsea Field is wasted.
The pride of Canada takes time off from Baywatch for her first major role in a film about a police psychologist who foolishly sleeps with the prime suspect of a series of sex slayings because Pam is hot enough to make it worth risking your life.
Pam Anderson before plastic
Terrible movie but Pamela Anderson is yummy in it.
"Two men have already been killed during intercourse by a prostitute. The young Sargent Peckham is transferred from vice to homicide squad for the investigation." Mediocre thriller. An extra star for a beautyful Pamela Anderson ;)
Police psychologist who normally does not accept private patients, makes an exception in Pam Anderson's case. Bauer's character is particularly pathetic. Anderson's first starring role, she seems a bit overwhelmed but makes up for it in other ways.
No budget z grade skin flick starring nobodies with Pam Anderson in it for, like 10 minutes. Granted, her scenes play to her only strengths as an actress (taking her top off, delivering badly scripted lines, well, badly). Snapdragon aspires to be a murder mystery thriller, but is just really boring and forgettable skin flick (without the skin).