Kiss the Girls

Cassanova is Det. Nick Ruskin (Cary Elwes), one of the local cops. Dr. William 'Will' Rudolph (who fatally shot LAPD officer Henry Castillo) is his partner in crime...and both having been helping each other kidnap all these girls. Both flee into the forests when Seth Samuel & Dr. Kate McTiernan help Dr. Alex Cross stumble across the duo's hideout. Cross gives chase and fires after them, hitting Will who bleeds to death out in the woods. Nick shows up at Kate's home, where both fight climaxing in Nick starting a gas leak then trying to ignight it with a lighter. Only for Cross to show up, his reasoning with Nick falls on deaf ears who carries on sparking his lighter. But Cross can't fire without the muzzle flare from his gun detonating the he cleverly fires through a carton of milk...into Nick's chest.


Plot hole: In the scene where Ashley Judd runs away from her attacker and falls into her aquarium he has moved to the bottom of the stairs - there is no way he would have been able to move that full fish tank. It looked to be about a 30 gallon tank - it would weigh about 400 pounds with the stand and even if he slid it with some superhuman strength, glass tanks are notorious for shattering when you move them full. Plus it would've made enough noise to wake the dead - no way she wouldn't have heard it.

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Casanova: Face it Will, I'm your mentor. And you're the bad seed.

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Question: Given they probably do psych evaluations before people become cops how did Casanova slip in?


Answer: Unfortunately, a functioning psychopath might be able to pass a basic psych evaluation. There are several real life examples of serial killer policemen.

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