Second Sight 1989
Second Sight ★ 1989 (PG)
A detective (Larroquette) and a goofy psychic (Pinchot) set out to find a kidnapped priest. Flick is sidetracked along the way by such peculiarities as a pixieish nun for romantic, not religious, intrigue. Remember this one? No? That's because you blinked when it was released to theatres. Eminently missable. 84m/C VHS . Dominic Chianese, John Larroquette, Bronson Pinchot, Bess Armstrong, James Tolkan, Christine Estabrook, Cornelia Guest, Stuart Pankin, William Prince, John Schuck; D: Joel Zwick; W: Patricia Resnick, Tom Schulman.
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