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  • R
  • 1997
  • 1 hr 36 min
  • 4.1 (413)

Cupid is a 1997 horror movie directed by Doug Campbell. The film follows Dwight (Zach Galligan) and his girlfriend Stephanie (Ashley Laurence) as they prepare for a Valentine's Day party. When they visit a fortune teller named Madame Ruth (Mary Crosby), they accidentally release Cupid, an evil spirit who is determined to wreak havoc on the couple's relationship.

The film starts by introducing us to Dwight and Stephanie, who seem like the perfect couple. They are preparing for a Valentine's Day party and are excited about their future together. However, things take a turn for the worse when they visit Madame Ruth and accidentally release Cupid. From that point on, the couple begins to experience strange occurrences that threaten their relationship.

One of the strongest aspects of the movie is the chemistry between Galligan and Laurence. They both do an excellent job of bringing their characters to life and making us care about their relationship. There are several scenes where they display genuine emotion and vulnerability, which helps to ground the film in reality.

Another standout performance comes from Mary Crosby as Madame Ruth. She brings a sense of mystery and intrigue to the film and is instrumental in releasing Cupid. Her character is enigmatic, and we are never quite sure whether she is on the couple's side or not.

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Cupid is a 1997 horror movie directed by Doug Campbell. The film follows Dwight (Zach Galligan) and his girlfriend Stephanie (Ashley Laurence) as they prepare for a Valentine's Day party. When they visit a fortune teller named Madame Ruth (Mary Crosby), they accidentally release Cupid, an evil spirit who is determined to wreak havoc on the couple's relationship.

The film starts by introducing us to Dwight and Stephanie, who seem like the perfect couple. They are preparing for a Valentine's Day party and are excited about their future together. However, things take a turn for the worse when they visit Madame Ruth and accidentally release Cupid. From that point on, the couple begins to experience strange occurrences that threaten their relationship.

One of the strongest aspects of the movie is the chemistry between Galligan and Laurence. They both do an excellent job of bringing their characters to life and making us care about their relationship. There are several scenes where they display genuine emotion and vulnerability, which helps to ground the film in reality.

Another standout performance comes from Mary Crosby as Madame Ruth. She brings a sense of mystery and intrigue to the film and is instrumental in releasing Cupid. Her character is enigmatic, and we are never quite sure whether she is on the couple's side or not.

  • Release Date
    1997
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 36 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    4.1 (413)
  • Metascore
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