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Facsination (Sous-titres français) [Import]

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  • Actors: James Naughton, Jacqueline Bisset, Adam Garcia, Stuart Wilson, Alice Evans
  • Directors: Klaus Menzel
  • Writers: Klaus Menzel, Daryl Haney, John L. Jacobs
  • Producers: Klaus Menzel, Armin Stieler, Ed Cathell III, Ingo Deinert
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • Release Date: May 31 2005
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B0008ENFVO
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Product Details Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC Language: English Subtitles: English, French, Spanish Dubbed: Spanish Region: (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.) Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Number of discs: 1 MPAA Rating: R Studio: Fox Video Release Date: May 31 2005 Run Time: 95 minutes

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Yes, Adam Garcia is so sexy! His (...)is gorgeous (you can see it naked...this alone justified buying the DVD). And the love scenes are wild, unusual and beautiful. - If you are easily shocked by nudity and you pay a great deal of attention to proper social behavior (like my girl friend who is very religious) you are going to have a problem with parts of this movie. I guess this is meant with "Disturbing". But I love it.
Dangerous: Adam loves "playing with fire" , He is a daredevil with confidence since he believes that he has it under control - which is not always the case as it turns out. Nevertheless, I actually would love to have a boyfriend like Adam in "Fascination" who is "sexy, disturbing and dangerous". - but who is there to protect me...
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.2 out of 5 stars 22 reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars Dec 6 2015
By Janet Taylor - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Alright but nothing I would watch again.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful Sept. 8 2009
By Esther Hollyweather - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I'm an Adam Garcia fan but even he couldn't save this awful movie! The plot line is laughable. The acting (even Adam, sorry mate!) is pitiful. Save your money on this one. There was no chemistry between any of the actors particularly Adam and his love interest. Not good at all! My DVD is in the trash.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Paranoia & Mistrust - Beautiful Adam Garcia streched to breaking point... Sept. 17 2005
By Christina - Published on
Format: DVD
A thriller riddled with paranoia and distrust. FASCINATION is an acute study of a man stretched to breaking point by an egregious set of circumstances. Scott (Adam Garcia- who is always great looking and a wonderful actor!) is both stricken and confused when his mother, Maureen (Jacqueline Bisset), announces she is going to marry another man named Olilver (Stuart Wilson) just three weeks after the tragic death of his father, who drowned.

Scott looks on in horror, although he falls for Oliver's very attractive and shapely daughter, Kelly (Alice Evans). Equally suspicious of the impending nuptials, Kelly joins Scott in an investigation into the foggy circumstances surrounding his father's death...

Stylistically tilting towards the dusky shadows of classic film noir, FASCINATION plays an exquisite guessing game with its viewers, who should take nothing for granted in this inventive and stimulating movie.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars You DON'T Fascinate Me So! June 4 2005
By Alex Udvary - Published on
Format: DVD
"She's either the love of his life or the end of it" reads the tagline for "Fascination". And that right there is a big tip-off for what kind of movie to expect. It gives the entire movie away.

Patrick Doherty died in a swimming accident but the odd thing is he was an excellent swimmer, soon, 3 months to be exact his wife, Maureen (Jacqueline Bisset) is engaged to Oliver (Stuwart Wilson) to the dismay of her son Scott (Adam Garcia).

Scott soon meets his step-sister Kelly (Alice Evan) and believe it or not an attraction starts. Soon Kelly, in subtle ways, starts to manipulate Scott's mind and starts making him think his mother killed his father.

"Fascination" really wants to be a steamy sexy thriller. I can see it either as a cinemax late night movie or a WB TV series. The movie even goes as far as to have the guys walk around with open shirts to try and make us, or at least the women, think the movie is sexy. You could compare this movie to the works of Claude Chabrol, the dirty secrets of an upper-class family has always been one of Chabrol's favorite themes. But "Fascination" does not have the pleasure of being directed by Chabrol instead it is directed by Klaus Menzel. Menzel though makes the mistake of taking away all of the mystery of the film. He tries too hard to spell everything out of us. Events become too obvious and thus breaks all the suspense the movie could have created. That is a sign of Menzel's inexperience.

I mentioned that Scott and Kelly have an attraction between them knowing full well they are about to become related. "Fascination" is now starting to open a whole new can of worms for itself as now it's dealing with incest. The reason I question this move is because the movie just doesn't seem interested in exploring these people and instead wants to focus on the mystery of whether Scott's father was murdered. To bring incest in the story means that you are going to have to examine the relationship between these people. "Fascination" does not dwell on the psychological aspect of these people.

Then we have the terrible dialogue. It simply sounds phony. The scene where Scott meets Kelly is an embarrassment for the actors. The pick-up line he uses on her is corny. People don't really talk to each other this way. The movie has problem with that. Dialogue is not written in a convincing way. Even the music is wrong. It tries too hard to be alluring and sexy, like the movie itself. Menzel is hitting us over the head making sure no one walks out of this movie confused. While that is a very nice gesture on his part it really does take out all the suspense of the situation.

"Fascination" has a twist up its sleeve that is just sprung on us. I think it's a cheap shot, you may not. Nothing leading up to this secret though is really suggested.

Is "Fascination" a really bad movie? Not really. One is almost tempted to merely toss it aside as a "guilty pleasure". A movie that doesn't seem to have high ambitious but is entertaining nonetheless. Notice though I said one is "almost" tempted. That doesn't mean that I'm going to do that.

Bottom-line: Despite the pleasure of seeing Jacqueline Bisset the movie doesn't have much to offer. Director Klaus Menzel tries too hard to spell everything out for us but the movie then comes cliche and predictable. The movie carries no suspense.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Gobble Gobble Aug. 30 2006
By Lee Armstrong - Published on
Format: DVD
The DVD for "Fascination" has a great cover and makes you think this will be a romantic film set in exotic locations. There really was only one beach location, which probably helped cut down on the budget. Klaus Menzel's direction lends a sputtering pace and made me feel the picture was going downhill as it changed from romance to attempted thriller. James Naughton from 1974's "The Paper Chase," "First Wives Club" & "Devil Wears Prada" plays the father whose swimming accident casts an early shadow over the film. Adam Garcia plays his son Scott. Garcia has been in a number of films including "Bootmen," "Coyote Ugly" & "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen." However, I didn't quite remember him, nor would his rather wooden self-absorbed performance and his flat vocal affectation be likely to make me recall him from this film. However, he does a good job in the bare bottom love scenes. Scott's mother is lovely Jacqueline Bisset who has had a long career since she first claimed fame as Giovanni Goodthighs in "Casino Royale" back in 1967 and went on to work with Francois Truffaut in "Day for Night." She has 4 Golden Globe nominations with the most recent being in 1999 for "Joan of Arc." She does a good job as the mother Maureen who has an affair that turns into her second husband. Unfortunately, her taste in men does not improve as husband #2 appears to be on a revenge mission for husband #1 who let husband #2's wife #1 drown -- in short, the plot is a bit contrived and confusing with more twists and turns than common sense. Husband #2 is Oliver Vance played by Stuart Wilson from "The Prisoner of Zenda," "Wild Things," "Lethal Weapon 3" & "Enemy of the State." As the bad guy, he is overbearing and a bit revolting. His intimacy with his adopted daughter turns him into a real sleaze merchant. His adopted daughter Kelly has the most confusing of roles, confusingly written, although actress Alice Evans does as good of a job as possible with this. Why a girl who survived the streets of Johannesburg decides to try to jump out of a car at the end of the movie didn't make sense to me. Such was the bundle of contradictions of this character. How could she allow herself to be used by her stepfather? Why would she still feel allegiance to him? The only real answer is the screenwriter wanted her in the movie; and that's how she arrived. Evans has worked in "National Lampoon's Blackball," "My Wife Maurice" & "102 Dalmatians." This role will hardly catapult her onto Hollywood's "A" list. The actors bravely stick with this turkey that does have some nice love scenes & one tropical location. Otherwise, you'll be wondering how much longer until it's over. The alternate ending apparently had Garcia dead; so I'm glad they picked the ending they did. Taxi!