Baldwin's poor acting is a detriment, but Stone is very good in a role far removed from Catherine Tremell; nice, funny little turn by Colleen Camp as her colleague. Here we glimpse what might have been done with the premise: the surveillance cameras strip away all privacy and for a moment the man who welds them is exposed as a nazi-like monster, while she is confronted with her own compromised nature. Carly begins to suspect Zeke or Jack maybe the serial killer responsible for the murders in the apartment building and she maybe the killer's next victim. The building has since become a condominium development. Of course being a thriller, something isn't quite right, and so Carly searches to find out what is going on.
It was released two days later, on May 21, and received negative reviews from critics. Her appearance makes me captivated for the whole movie, and I think her short haircut is just perfect. Sharon Stone is at her best as Carly Norris. Charming boy truly likes to watch. I liked ever scene of this movie, the love scenes, the shower scenes, the conversation scenes, and he actually records them which I think is downright obscene.
However, when released the unrated version to video there was no male frontal nudity included, though the sex scenes were considerably more graphic. In the apartment building, Carly meets two of her new neighbors, author Jack Lansford Tom Berenger who writes thriller novels and Zeke Hawkins William Baldwin , the handsome owner of the apartment building. This is interesting: Stone crying tears of joyful release as she climaxes. Too bad the filmmakers were so concerned with exposing the killer that they lost track of this woman and her plight. She meets other tenants including Zeke , a designer, Jack , a , Vida a who as a and Gus , a professor of at.
Carly finds that some of the women living in the apartment building have been murdered and the police suspect that there is a serial killer in the apartment build ing. One of its advantages was the 24th-floor duplex with wraparound windows that posed, in some scenes, as Sharon Stone's pad. There's some steamy scenes between the two of them, Stone's character is one that you can really care for. The main problem with this approach is that i feel it warrants a sure hand. The always reliable Tom Berenger isn't given much to do and his role is a rather thankless one, underwritten and somewhat degrading.
In terms of mystery, Sliver's central plot succeeds, as it does somewhat but not completely keep you guessing right up to the end. He then veers the aircraft into the volcano as the end credits roll and leaves the audience to decide whether they survive. A thoroughly constructed and mastered plot line, beautiful cinematography, a delicious soundtrack from hot 90s various artists such as Enigma, a sultry and subtle power score by Howard Shore and Christopher Young, and the greatest actress who ever lived: Sharon Stone. So, your mission, should you choose to accept it: just sit back, relax, and watch the beautiful Sharon Stone.
See, there are people in places who can know a very great deal if they choose, and also people who choose to make sure that no one knows a good deal about anything. William Baldwin is weak, but I guess passable. Director Noyce doesn't seem to know exactly what kind of film he's making here, always promising something that never comes. The plot is flimsy, yet inherently interesting. Otherwise you'll end up with a movie that lacks drive and in worst case just becomes silly. Tom Berenger, on the other hand, was a character I didn't care for.
Jack was jealous of Zeke, who had sexual relations with Naomi and a number of other tenants in 113. Upon looking at the wiki article I saw that the film was a financial disaster and I can see why. Having seen the movie, I really don't understand why so many people criticize it so harshly. The interiors and exteriors are simply breathtaking, as so are the cinematography of the city. Well-to-do book editor Carly Norris Sharon Stone moves into a luxury apartment building before learning that a number of female tenants have been dying in grisly ways, allegedly at the hands of a serial killer.
The shooting of the final scene resulted in the crashing of the helicopter. Carly begins to suspect Zeke or Jack may be the serial killer responsible for the murders in the apartment building and she may be the killer's next victim. Signs point to the fact that the killer is someone Carly knows from the building. And Carly did have a surprising reaction to.