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Love Kills 1998

Love Kills ★½ 1998 (R)

Good cast can't hold this messy film together. New Age masseur Poe Finklestein (Van Pee bles) arrives at the Beverly Hills estate of wealthy widow Evelyn Heiss (Warren). Also living with Evelyn are her noaccount, gay stepson Dominique (Leitch) and her voyeurish sister-in-law Alena (Fletcher). There's shots fired, and drugs, and a cop (Baldwin) and various other hijinks but not much of it makes sense. 97m/C VHS, DVD . Mario Van Peebles, Lesley Ann Warren, Daniel Baldwin, Donovan Leitch, Louise Fletcher, Loretta Devine, Melvin Van Peebles, Susan Ruttan, Alexis Arquette; D: Mario Van Peebles; W: Mario Van Peebles; C: George Mooradian.

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