Black & White Gina Gershon, Rory Cochrane (1999, Columbia TriStar, 97 mins., R, also on DVD) ”Call me Hugs,” says tough cop Gershon, who’s partnered with a rookie (Cochrane) to track down a — guess what? — serial killer. The soundtrack thumps and bumps as the two begin a naughty affair and suspect each other of being the culprit—while we wait for someone to get naked to prove that this really is one of those bad T&A movies. Joke’s on us; it’s just a bad movie. Reel Goodies (0:28) Ron Silver, as Hugs’ ex-partner, eloquently describes her nervous breakdown: ”One day she wakes up—and she’s fresh out of rock, and smack out of roll.” The Last Detail The film costars Clint Eastwood’s daughter Alison, who was in Friends & Lovers with Robert Downey Jr., who’s in an upcoming hip-hop drama called Black and White. D+
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