Basic Instinct 2

Theatrical Release: March 31, 2006
Basic Instinct 2
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Synopsis

Dr. Michael Glass, a respected London criminal psychologist, is brought in by Scotland Yard detective Roy Washburn to perform a psychological profile and evaluation of Tramell following the mysterious death of a top sports star. Physically drawn to Tramell and mentally intrigued by her, Glass, against the advice of his mentor, Dr. Milena Gardosh, is quickly ducked into her web of lies and seduction. The professional boundaries between Glass and Tramell are obliterated when she uncovers his basic instincts. A deadly battle of whits ensues, climaxing as Glass faces a choice that will change both their lives forever

Dove Review

“Basic Instinct 2” is nothing but a pornographic film with a good story line. The film is filled with sexual acts and dialog. It is full of sensual imagery and some graphic violence. The story line is interesting, featuring a clever cat and mouse game between the two main characters. The problem is that this cat and mouse are playing their game in the sewer. The bottom line is that “Basic Instinct 2” is a disgusting film. It is the kind of movie that when I was growing up would have only been shown in a sleazy movie house in a bad part of town. Avoid any instinct you have, basic or otherwise, to see this film.

Content Description

Sex: 4 or 5 graphic sex scenes; fornication, orgy, and sexual dialog.
Language: Obscene slang term for both a man and woman's genitals-3; F-21; B-3; C-2; OMG-1; J-1; other crude or obscene sexual dialog.
Violence: Woman's throat is cut - lots of blood shown; man hits man; man shown strangled; man holds woman under water trying to kill her; man is shot and killed; man slaps woman.
Drugs: Smoking and drinking; marijuana is smoked.
Nudity: Rear nudity; frontal nudity; skimpy clothes; see through blouses; man shown in just a towel.
Other: None

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Writer: Leora Barish and Henry Bean
Producer: Moritz Borman
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 114 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Dave Lukens