Number Two Review

Boxing Helena (1993)

Episode #14

Orion Classics released Boxing Helena on September 3, 1993. Jennifer Lynch directed the film starring Julian Sands, Sherilyn Fenn, and Bill Paxton.

‘Boxing Helena’ 30-Second Summary

In Boxing Helena, a top surgeon obsesses over a beautiful woman who once ditched him. Not wanting to live life without her, he tries to convince her that they are perfect for each other. Of course, she disagrees, but when she barely survives a horrible accident, she wakes to find herself at his mercy. She’d probably be better off dead.

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Orion Classics released Boxing Helena on September 3, 1993. Jennifer Lynch directed the film starring Julian Sands, Sherilyn Fenn, and Bill Paxton.

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  1. I’m not sure who the reviewer is with the tinge of a southern accent – but he seems more focused on Kurtwood Smith’s eyebrows then trying to understand the theme of this film, which by the sound of it, went completely over his head (apparently he thinks ‘hipsters’ like this film which is such an absurd generalization that I stopped giving his opinion any sort of merit.)

    Just my two cents, but don’t bother giving a review of a film if you can only focus on surface subjects.

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