- Fever (1999) is a psychological thriller written and directed by Alex Winter and starring Henry Thomas, David O'Hara, Teri Hatcher and Bill Duke. 1 Plot 3 Awards 4 External links
Nov 30, 2000 · It took me 14 years since the movie's theatrical release in November 2000 to sit through and watch this film written and directed by Alex Winter (best know for starring as Bill in the two film set Bill& Ted's Excellent Adventure and the movie sequel Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey).
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Fever (1999) is a psychological thriller written and directed by Alex Winter and starring Henry Thomas, David O'Hara, Teri Hatcher and Bill Duke Contents 1 Plot
Nov 30, 2000 · To sum-up: Fever is a very dark, shadow-filled look into the formation of emotional disease and discomfort. The acting is very good on Henry Thomas' part as well as the direction by Alex Winter (Bill from the infamous Bill & Ted films) but the storyline has a few out-of-place moments and enough awkwardness to make even the sleepiest of viewers cringe.
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Fever (1999) Nick (Henry Thomas), an artist and a teacher from an affluent family, has chosen to live in a dingy apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he gets into a dispute with his landlord and his noisy neighbor Will (David O'Hara). When the landlord is murdered, Nick and Will regard each other with suspicion, and Glass (Bill Duke),...
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Fever is an unusual movie for today's moviegoers, slow, disguieting and legitimately frightening. Henry Thomas plays a neurotic urban artist, barely eking out a living and refusing the help of friends and family.
2h | Comedy, Music | TV Movie 14 June 1999. "Mockumentry" 60's diva Jackie Washington (her ancestors were George Washington's slaves). Jenifer Lewis is our leading lady with an incredible singing voice.
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