Michael Douglas is Nick Curran, a hardboiled detective with a weakness for beautiful women and dangerous relationships. Sharon Stone is Catherine Tramell, a Stunning, enigmatic novelist with a talent for seduction and a History of relationships that end in death. As The only suspect in a controversial murder case that the detective is investigating, Catherine ignites Nick's suspicion and his passion, and he soon becomes involved in his most dangerous liaison yet. The chemistry between Douglas and Stone set the screen alight as the body count mounts and the stakes grown higher. Boasting One Of The Most Talked About Scenes In Film History, Basic Instinct Is At Once A Study In Sexual Obsession And A Ground-Breaking Thriller.
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A classic film that we all know about, brilliant in it's time and one that will run for a long time yet. The blu-ray transfer is reasonable but unless you watch both films back to back I doubt you will notice too drastic a change. Yes the colours are deeper and the audio good, but I still think action films transfer accross better on back titles as the HD has more to get it's teeth into. If you dont own this own it already on dvd, then for the price this is one to buy ! If you do own it already you might not necessarily notice a dramatic difference, but dont be put off by me.
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