A seemingly virtuous high school guidance counselor, Sam Lombardo (Matt Dillon), is accused of raping students Kelly (Denise Richards) and Suzie (Neve Campbell). Ken Bowden (Bill Murray), an oddball attorney, and Detective Ray Duquette (Kevin Bacon) come to Lombardo's aid, unraveling a much larger blackmail scheme involving some of the town's least suspicious residents. <br> <br> WILD THINGS, a veering, breakneck ride, proved surprisingly successful at the box office. It features director John McNaughton's (HENRY PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, NORMAL LIFE) best talents: sinuous, layered storytelling, racy cinematography, and shocking plot twists. Richards and Campbell sizzle on the screen as they tease, seduce, and entrap. Lying somewhere between black comedy and psycho thriller, WILD THINGS is an unclassifiable, unforgettable original.
Pros: Good acting, good story Cons: A little strange and gory One of the strangest movies I have ever seen. I am usually pretty good figuring out how a movie (or book) will go - in fact, sometimes too much - but this guy lost me. I mean he killed her, she killed him .... wait, he is back, she is back .... what a plot twist! I really enjoyed it because I liked being stumped. Half way through I got hugely confused .... had to … more