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Blue Steel (1990)
Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Clancy Brown, Louise Fletcher, Elizabeth Pena, Ron Silver, Kathryn Bigelow
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Category: Action / Adventure, Suspense, Mystery
Studio: MGM / UA
101 mins



"Explosive! A riveting psychological actioner!" -The Hollywood Reporter

This gripping (The New York Times) psychological thriller starring Jamie Lee Curtis "hums with an electric current" (Variety) as it vividly depicts a female cop's mental and physical struggles with an obsessed psychopathic killer. Hypnotic and riveting, Blue Steel's "tightly strung" (The Hollywood Reporter) plot will keep you suspended until the very last frame!

Rookie cop Megan Turner (Curtis) orders a burglar to drop his gun. He whirls to shoot. Too late. Turner fires, killing him instantly. But she doesn't know that someone has been watching. And when that someone lifts the assailant's gun from the crime scene, carves Turner's name into the bullets and them uses them in a series of murders, Turner is drawn into a deadly game of wits with a psychopath who's always one step ahead... and much closer than she thinks!


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