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When the mysterious death of a major athlete prompts Scotland Yard detective Roy Washburn David Thewlis to order the investigation of best-selling crime novelist Catherine Tramell Sharon Stone, criminal psychiatrist Dr. Michael Glass David Morrissey is slowly drawn into Tramell's seductive world of lies and sexual intrigue in director Michael Caton-Jones belated sequel to Paul Verhoeven's 1992 erotic thriller. Upon relocating from San Francisco to London, alluring crime novelist Tramell once again finds herself ...
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When the mysterious death of a major athlete prompts Scotland Yard detective Roy Washburn David Thewlis to order the investigation of best-selling crime novelist Catherine Tramell Sharon Stone, criminal psychiatrist Dr. Michael Glass David Morrissey is slowly drawn into Tramell's seductive world of lies and sexual intrigue in director Michael Caton-Jones belated sequel to Paul Verhoeven's 1992 erotic thriller. Upon relocating from San Francisco to London, alluring crime novelist Tramell once again finds herself pursued by authorities when all clues point to her being somehow involved in the death of a popular sports superstar. Intellectually intrigued by his new subject and undeniably drawn to her physically, Dr. Glass finds it increasingly difficult to resist the cunning black widow's devious web of deception and physical temptation. When the professional boundaries between Glass and Trammel come shattering down in a shower of unbridled lust, Dr. Glass is forced to make a difficult decision that could mean the end of both his professional career, and his life.
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Special Features

Featurette: Between the Sheets: A Look Inside Basic instinct 2; Commentary with director Michael Caton-Jones
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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
A sequel nearly 14 years in the making, Basic Instinct 2 gives Sharon Stone another whack at the character that -- with the mere crossing of her legs -- made Stone a bona fide superstar and an international sex symbol to boot. Her second outing as sexually voracious Catherine Tramell isn’t quite as provocative as the first one, but it offers the same heady mix of eroticism, deceit, and murder. The setting is now London, where the erotica-writing novelist finds herself once again suspected of homicide. Engaged by the police to discern Catherine’s mind-set, psychologist Michael Glass (David Morrissey) initially shrugs off the suspect’s provocative proposals but eventually succumbs to her charms, which draws him into a vortex of intrigue. Charlotte Rampling provides key support as Michael’s colleague, and David Thewlis impresses with his turn as a police detective obsessed with proving Catherine guilty. Ultimately, the film’s biggest asset is Stone herself, clearly relishing her role and looking just as ravishing as she did in the earlier film.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • UPC: 043396153820
  • Original Release: 2006
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:54:00
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sharon Stone Catherine Tramell
David Morrissey Dr. Michael Glass
David Thewlis Det. Roy Washburn
Charlotte Rampling Dr. Milena Gardosh
Hugh Dancy Adam Towers
Flora Montgomery Michelle Broadwin
Anne Caillon Laney Ward
Iain Robertson Peter Ristedes
Stan Collymore Kevin Franks
Indira Varma Denise Glass
Heathcote Williams Dr. Jakob Gerst
Technical Credits
Michael Caton-Jones Director
Mark Albela Executive Producer
Leora Barish Screenwriter
Henry Bean Screenwriter
Christine Blundell Makeup
Moritz Borman Executive Producer, Producer
Matthias Deyle Executive Producer
James Foster Art Director
Norman Garwood Production Designer
Mark Goddard Asst. Director
Paul Inglis Art Director
Mario Kassar Producer
István Király Editor
Karen Lindsay-Stewart Casting
Joel B. Michaels Producer
James Middleton Associate Producer
John Murphy Score Composer
Denise O'dell Executive Producer
Gyula Pados Cinematographer
Beatrix Aruna Pasztor Costumes/Costume Designer
John Scott Editor
Rosie Straker Sound/Sound Designer
Andrew G. Vajna Producer
Laura Viederman Executive Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Its not a movie to hate!

    Even though it's not that great.It's is not that bad.I like thrills and this movie has that!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A WASTE OF TIME

    BASICALLY, it's Basic Instinct 1. The story line is weak and unbelievable. She's pulling the same scam with new victims. Don't waste your time with this one. Believe me. If you've seen Instinct 1, you've seen this before!

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