Basic Instinct 2 also known as Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction is a erotic thriller film and the sequel to 's Basic Instinct. Michaels and Andrew G. The screenplay was by Leora Barish and Henry Bean.
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 0 guests. Basic Instinct 2 footage leaked by darkness on Tue Feb 07, pm This looks awful. I guess after Catwoman Sharon Stone is willing to do most anything.
It took exactly almost to the day fourteen years after Basic Instinct, the movie that put Stone on the map and made her a sex icon, for the sequel to be made. The movie is driven by an act of desperation. At 48, Sharon Stone, who never really cashed in on her elevated status after the smash hit and the Oscar nomination for Casino, is eager no, desperate to reassert her pseudo-leading lady stature, having made one bad movie after another.
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Registered in Ireland: Former England footballer Stan Collymore has won a role alongside actress Sharon Stone in the blockbuster sequel to Basic Instinct, it was confirmed today. The ex-Aston Villa and Liverpool striker will make a cameo appearance in Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction, reportedly having sex with the blonde star in a car.
By Mandy Stadtmiller. You bet your nighttime replenishing body creme she will. That energy is like a magnet and draws a lot of stuff to you — and not everything is good.
At first glance, Catherine Tramell Sharon Stone seems like a dream date. A successful novelist with a classy psychology degree, Tramell is beautiful, rich, brilliant, and oversexed. There's only one
P oor Sharon Stone. She's still big; it's the erotic thrillers that got small. Stone was once in the biggest of them all: Basic Instinct, the film that did for the video pause button what email was later to do for the key.
IT should come as no surprise that "Basic Instinct 2," the long-gestating follow-up to Paul Verhoeven's blip on the zeitgeist screen, is a disaster of the highest or perhaps lowest order. It is also no surprise that this joyless calculation, which was directed by Michael Caton-Jones and possesses neither the first film's sleek wit nor its madness, is such a prime object lesson in the degradation that can face Hollywood actresses, especially those over Acting always involves a degree of self-abasement, but just watching trash like this is degrading.