The Babysitter 1995 Movie Download
The Babysitter (1995) - A Psychological Thriller Starring Alicia Silverstone
The Babysitter is a 1995 American psychological thriller film directed by Guy Ferland and starring Alicia Silverstone, based on the short story of the same name by Robert Coover in his collection Pricksongs and Descants (1969). The film was released direct-to-video in October 1995.
The plot revolves around Jennifer, a beautiful teenager who is hired to babysit the children of Harry and Dolly Tucker, while they attend a party hosted by their friends, Bill and Bernice Holsten. Jennifer becomes the object of obsession and fantasy for three men: Harry, who often fantasizes about her; Jack, her ex-boyfriend who wants to have sex with her; and Mark, Bill and Bernice's son who had a fling with her and still loves her. Throughout the night, the three men have increasingly racy and violent fantasies about Jennifer, while she remains unaware of their intentions. The film explores the themes of seduction, desire, jealousy, and power.
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Cast and Characters
Alicia Silverstone as Jennifer, the babysitter who is sweet, innocent, and naive.
Jeremy London as Jack, Jennifer's ex-boyfriend who is pressured by his friend Mark to visit her at the Tuckers' residence.
Nicky Katt as Mark Holsten, Jack's estranged friend who is rebellious, aggressive, and obsessed with Jennifer.
J. T. Walsh as Harry Tucker, the father of the children Jennifer babysits, who fantasizes about having an affair with her.
Lee Garlington as Dolly Tucker, Harry's wife who is unhappy with their marriage and flirts with Bill.
Lois Chiles as Bernice Holsten, Bill's wife who hosts the party and suspects her husband of cheating on her.
George Segal as Bill Holsten, Harry's friend who compliments Jennifer and rejects Dolly's advances.
The film received mostly negative reviews from critics and audiences. It has a 4.3/10 rating on IMDb and a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes . The film was criticized for being boring, repetitive, unrealistic, and poorly acted. Some critics also found the film to be sexist and exploitative of Silverstone's image as a teenage sex symbol. However, some reviewers praised Silverstone's performance and the film's cinematography and soundtrack.
Alicia Silverstone reportedly turned down the part in this film on numerous occasions. She finally agreed after her nude scenes were removed.
The film was based on a short story by Robert Coover , which was originally published in The New Yorker in 1969.
The film was shot in Los Angeles, California in 23 days.
The film marked the last appearance of J. T. Walsh, who died of a heart attack in 1998.