Kiss The Girls
Kiss The Girls (1997)

This thriller is adapted from the 1995 novel by James Patterson about a serial killer prowling a Southern university. Washington, D.C., forensic psychologist Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) is also a best-selling author. After his niece… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: October 3, 1997
DVD Release Date: October 6, 1998
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Critic Score: 29% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Mike Clark
USA Today

Even those engrossed by the build-up here are likely to kiss off the rest after suffering through Girls' groaner of a wrap-up.

Michael Dequina

There is a critical void in the middle--the villain.

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Carlo Cavagna

When a kidnapping victim escapes from a demented serial killer's hideout, you may want to carefully check the area in which she's found for the aforementioned hideout

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Matt Brunson
Creative Loafing

Predictability damages Girls.

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James Sanford
James Sanford on Film

like a good-looking blind date who promises dinner and a movie, then takes you to Burger King and "Wishmaster," the spell dissipates quickly, leaving you feeling seduced and abandoned.

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Chris Grunden
Film Journal International

A perfect example of a film that doesn't do anything particularly badly but sorely suffers from a lack of uniqueness.

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Ellen Twadell
Common Sense Media

A thrill-less thriller. Too violent for kids.

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Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

Em nenhum momento o espectador fica grudado à cadeira, em pânico pelo que pode acontecer dali a alguns minutos.

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Flixster Audience Score: 62% Flixster User Reviews
Nicki Marie
Okay thriller. I felt like it could have been better than it was, but kept me interested most of the way through and had a good ending. I don't watch a… More
Red Lats
The movie is adequate. Keeps you interested. I enjoyed Morgan Freeman's acting, but Ashley Judd's was a bit suspect. The business that the cops… More
Candy Rose
A woman escapes from her kidnapper and returns to help the police to rescue other girls. Good thriller. Good cast.
Luke Baldock
Freeman plays it Se7en style, as does the rest of the film. It's an interesting story with some fairly involving twists, but nothing that really stands out… More
Spencer S.
It wasn't an awful film altogether, but it wasn't exactly a crime thriller. Sure, it had all the elements of the original novel, but it truly lacked… More
Sarah Gaish
<u>Director:</u>Gary Fleder <u>Released:</u> 1997 <u>Stars:</u> Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, Cary Elwes and Brian Cox… More