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Genres: Thriller , Romance , Drama
Actors: Mark C. Vincent , Willem Dafoe , Anne Archer , Ross Huffman-Kerr , John DeLay , Mario DePriest , D. Scot Douglas , Richard Riehle , Mark Rolston , Charles Hallahan , Joe Mantegna , Michael Forest , Madonna , Frank Roberts , Julianne Moore
Director: Uli Edel
Country: United States, Germany
Year: 1993
IMDB Rating: 4.1/10 (8147 votes)

A millionaire is found dead of heart failure handcuffed to the bed with a home video tape of him and his lover. When cocaine is found in his system, and his will leaves $8 million to his lover, they arrest her on suspicion of murder. Her lawyer succumbs to her charms, and he begins a torrid and kinky affair with her. As new evidence turns up during trial, he begins to wonder if he’s defending a murderer.

Film Review

*SPOILER ALERT* *SPOILER ALERT*Madonna is on trial for murder. She loved a man to death. Her body is a lethal weapon. She used her basic instinct a little too much. Is she really as evil as the prosecution says she is? Did she purposely seek out an old man with a bad heart just so she could rock his world and send him to heaven? Does anybody care how this trial ends up? Of course no one cares! Bring on the Madonna sex! I have good news for you. Madonna shows us what she’s got in three or four scenes of intense Dafoe lovemaking. We get hot wax, handcuffs, car hood sex and various other forms of action. I was not disappointed.As a courtroom drama, "Body of Evidence" is ridiculous. Surprise witnesses, lies, accusations and other things no one cares about. Dafoe needed to blow off some steam between courtroom appearances and needed to closely consult Madonna’s body of evidence. As an excuse to stare at Madonna in all her glory, "Body of Evidence" is a fine film. If you…

Certainly not a great film, but not as bad as it has been made out to be. Madonna's acting is OK, and I suspect the "woodenness" of her performance was largely what the director wanted. Her character's passion was limited to the bedroom (and elevator, and stairs, and parking garage, etc.) and never extended to her daily life. And, by the way, I had forgotten how pretty she could be back then. Anne Archer looked awfully good as well, even while being weepy and not completely hinged. The rest of the cast put in good work, with a special commendation for Julianne Moore. Frank Langella was suitably creepy, and Joe Mantegna suitably industrious. Some of the dialog didn't completely work, but if you watch this without preconceptions, you'll find it OK.

Body of Evidence has not been thought through very well. The intention is to balance heavy/tense courtroom drama with vigorous, erotic sexual melodrama. The end result is silly, but more annoyingly, it feels dull. The only possible way to approach a film like Body of Evidence is to treat it as what it is; a B movie, and even at that, its effectiveness is middling. There are a couple of stylishly directed sex scenes, but that's about as far as the film's appeal goes. It is strictly gratuitous. The courtroom sequences are overlong, and within these scenes, the dialogue seems to repeat itself every two minutes. The exchange of objections between the defence and the prosecution does not increase the tension, it only decreases the progression of the scene. The choice of ending could not be more predictable, and when it's all over, you realize just how little Body of Evidence amounts to. It is simply too devoid of life to enjoy, and Madonnas boobs are not enough to enrich the…