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    Unique ID Code: 0000005474
    Added by: DVD Reviewer
    Added on: 4/6/2000 11:34
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    Wild Things (UK)

    7 / 10
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    They`re dying to play with you
    Certificate: 18
    Running Time: 106 mins
    Retail Price: £15.99
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    Welcome to the yachting enclave of Blue Bay, Florida, where behind the opulent, sun kissed facades of the sprawling mansions of the super rich and powerful, lurks a scandalous tale of revenge, sex and murder as murky as the swamps of the Everglades.

    Special Features:
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Access
    Making Of Documentary

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Pro Logic Surround

    Directed By:
    John McNaughton

    Written By:

    Bill Murray
    Robert Wagner
    Daphne Rubin-Vega
    Denise Richards
    Theresa Russell
    Neve Campbell
    Matt Dillon
    Kevin Bacon

    Casting By:
    Linda Lowy
    John Brace

    Soundtrack By:
    George S. Clinton

    Director of Photography:
    Jeffrey L. Kimball

    Elena Maganini

    Costume Designer:
    Kimberly A. Tillman

    Production Designer:
    Edward T. McAvoy

    Rodney M. Liber
    Steven A. Jones
    Steven Brown

    Executive Producer:
    Kevin Bacon

    Mandalay Entertainment

    Your Opinions and Comments

    8 / 10
    Excellent film, keeps u gripped till the end. Bill murray makes the film better. Not many special features.
    posted by neoconker on 15/2/2002 23:51
    5 / 10
    I recently bought this DVD I must have been in a funny mood, because I remember watching it at the cinema and not rating it that highly! Anyway the film is unexceptional in most parts, there are more twists in this film than a spiral staircase and to be honest some are pretty risible. Overall though it is quite entertaining.

    The features include a very lame "making of" which is simply a promo for the cinema release which lasts about 8 minutes. There is no commentry, the only other item is the theatrical trailer.
    posted by Rich_H on 27/8/2002 16:49