Minnesota Movie Ads - August 1992
Film Review - The Captive

Blu-ray Review - The Naked Face

Naked Face Roger Moore

It's always been difficult to separate Roger Moore the everyday actor from his iconic turn as James Bond during the 1970s and '80s. 1984's "The Naked Face" is a good reminder that Moore can act away from shaken martinis and exotic locations, doing the concerning psychoanalyst routine in this adaptation of Sidney Sheldon's 1970 literary debut. Patient and subtle while his co-stars chew the scenery, Moore is a highlight in this effective mystery, which manages to achieve a sense of misdirection while openly detailing the face of the killer. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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