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An Occasional Hell

An Occasional Hell
Movie: An Occasional Hell(1996)[tt0117226] When a married man is found murdered, and his girlfriend is missing, the police suspect the wife of the murdered man. The wife turns to a professor at college who is a medically disabled ex-cop to help clear her. Not wanting the job at first, he eventually does begin to investigate the crime while fighting the demons and the pain of his own life. The clues are scarce, but one clue is that the man was murdered with an unusual weapon - a musket. Written byTony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>
Title An Occasional Hell
Release Date 1 November 1996 (USA)
Runtime
Genres Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Production Companies First Corps Endeavors, Greenlight Productions
Tom Berenger
Tom Berenger...
Dr. Ernest Dewalt...
Valeria Golino
Valeria Golino...
Elizabeth Laughton...
Kari Wuhrer
Kari Wuhrer...
Jeri Gillen...
Robert Davi
Robert Davi...
Trooper Larry Abbott...
Richard Edson
Richard Edson...
Rodney Gillen...
Stephen Lang
Stephen Lang...
Alex Laughton...
Danny Comden
Danny Comden...
Craig Fox...
Ellen Greene
Ellen Greene...
Della...
Geoffrey Lewis
Geoffrey Lewis...
Draper Jewett...
Bo Brinkman
Bo Brinkman...
Trooper Brown...
Selden Smith
Selden Smith...
Aleta Jewett...

Reviews

The Boz on 1 August 1998
This is not a stellar performance by Tom Berenger. This obvious low-budget movie does not make an impression. The plot seems to have many holes and the story line never really comes together. Berenger, a former cop, and now college professor is lured into finding the killer of a woman's husband and also tries to find the husband's lover. The movie's flashbacks are confusing and never make things that clear. The movie jumps around too much and it never gives the viewer a chance to get comfortable with any one character or situation. This movie falls short of expectations and is one of Berenger's saddest roles and performances. He never seems to be comfortable with his character and it seems way too obvious in this movie.

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