Exit to Eden

Exit to Eden


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Exit to Eden

This sexy farce stars Dan Aykroyd and Rosie O'Donnell as Fred Lavery and Sheila Kingston, a pair of cynical detectives investigating the disappearance of a key witness in a diamond-smuggling case. The case leads them to a Club Med-styled S&M resort where dog collars and cat o' nine tails abound; further complicating matters, the smugglers end up on the island as well. The missing witness, photographer Elliot Slater (Paul Mercurio), takes a job as a bondage boy, and he falls in love with the resort manager, Mistress Lisa (Dana Delany. Adapted from Anne Rice's novel of the same name.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/12/2016
UPC: 0025192384370
Original Release: 1994
Source: Universal Mod
Time: 1:54:00
Sales rank: 5,735

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dana Delany Lisa Emerson
Paul Mercurio Elliot Slater
Rosie O'Donnell Sheila Kingston
Dan Aykroyd Fred Lavery
Hector Elizondo Dr. Martin Halifax
Stuart Wilson Omar
Sean O'Bryan Tommy Miller
Stephanie Niznik Diana
Real Andrews Andre
Judith Baldwin Priscilla
Lisa Boyle Unhappy Wife
Marvin Braveman Stanley
Rod Britt Mr. Brady
Joyce Brothers Herself
Frank Campanella Wheelchair Walker
Pat Collins Priest
Ed Cree Street Fiddler
Lucinda Crosby Claudia
Brian Davila Young Elliot
Donna Dixon Fred's Ex-Wife
Lou Evans Topless Customer
Rosemary Forsyth Mrs. Brady
Diane Frazen Bettiann
Ira Glick Immigration Passenger
Lynda Goodfriend Linda
Ronny Hallin Airport Cleaning Lady
Laura Elena Harring M.C. Kindra
Don Hood Lisa's Father
Joey House Velvet
Julie Hughes Julie
Gloria Hylton Angry Girlfriend
Mandy Ingber Sister
Allan Kent Det. Anderson
Diana Kent Tehani
Arnold Margolin Mr. Vanderway
Bud Markowitz Ben-wa Juggler
Barbara Marshall Shy Student
Kathleen Marshall Stewardess Susan
Lori Marshall Tourist
Scott Marshall Latte
Valorie Massalas Actor
Alison Moir Kitty
Jane Morris All Tied-Up Shop Clerk
Mel Novak Walker's Henchman
Julie Paris Immigration Security
Stephen Perkins Drummer
Deborah Pratt Dr. Allison
Phil Redrow Richard
Steve Restivo Immigration Clerk
Leslie A. Sank Evelyn
John Schneider Professor Collins
Joe Torry Baggage Cop
Shannon Wilcox Mary
Tim Wrightman Mike

Technical Credits
Garry Marshall Director,Producer
Nick Abdo Executive Producer
Deborah Amelon Screenwriter
Bob Brunner Screenwriter
Gary Daigler Associate Producer,Production Designer
Patrick Doyle Score Composer
David Finfer Editor
Peter Jamison Production Designer
Valorie Massalas Casting
Marjorie Stone McShirley Art Director
Edward K. Milkis Executive Producer
Robert Mills Makeup
Ellen Mirojnick Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Zink Special Effects
Anne Rice Screenwriter
Alex Rose Producer
Ellen H. Schwartz Asst. Director
Linda Spheeris Set Decoration/Design
Theo Van de Sande Cinematographer
Jim Webb Sound/Sound Designer

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Exit to Eden 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love love love this movie. You must watch it :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although the movie had some hokey moments in it, after reading the book, this movie was LOTS better than the book. I was disappointed by the book, because I thought that it would be closer to the movie, (which it isn't at all.) People don't really need to see sex scenes in a movie to enjoy it necessarily, and a good innuendo for sex never killed anybody. The scenes in the movie were wonderful of the island, (namely the outdoor scenes.) A male friend of mine borrowed my copy of this movie and told me that he even liked this movie too, (he also said that it made him think about stuff, too.) Unlike the other two people, I really did ENJOY this movie. As the saying goes: ''Different strokes for different folks.'' You would like this movie if you don't like being forced to see sex scenes, (which I don't like at all) and don't mind some sexual innuendos in a movie, which is the EXACT reason why I liked the movie so much -- if you don't want to see sex scenes in this movie, you WON'T see them at all!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't read the book and I'm not a huge fan of Ann Rice (although I think casting Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in Interview With a Vampire was a huge blunder -they were absolutely pitiful in the roles, but that's another review). That aside, my opinion is that this movie is funny and sexy without being too bizaar or pornographic, not that those are necessarily bad qualities if there's a well-written story and it's properly directed and acted.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Terrible movie that tries to titilate but instead just infuriates. Bad acting combined with a preposterous story line produce a very forgetable movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie should be avoided at all costs if you are a fan of Anne Rice's novel. The movie is barely based on the book (they used the same title). Essentially, they created the detectives out of thin air and used a couple of the book's real character names as a back drop. The book is more of an erotic, strange attraction, love story. It was a real page turner. The novel has a lot of sex (the movie none--only innuendo) and the story has no ''mystery'' to it at all (the movie has an oddball diamond theft). The movie is mildly entertaining if there is nothing else to watch, but not really worth the time, and certainly not the money.