Analog Jones goes on a thrilling adventure trying to catch Peter Foley before he kills again!

Quick Facts
Copycat is a psychological thriller that was released into theaters on October 27, 1995, on a budget of $20 million and made $32 million in the box office.

Top 5 Films in theater in October 1995
1. Get Shorty
2. Powder
3. Vampire in Brooklyn
4. Copycat
5. Now and Then

Director: Jon Amiel
Writer: Ann Biderman and David Madsen
Producer: Amon Milchan and Mark Tarlov
Production Company: Regency Enterprises
Distributor: Warner Bros.

Sigourney Weaver as Helen Hudson
Holly Hunter as Inspector M.J. Monahan
Dermot Mulroney as Inspector Reuben Goetz
Harry Connick Jr. as Daryll Lee Cullum
William McNamara as Peter Foley
J. E. Freeman as Lt Thomas Quinn
Will Patton as Det. Nicoletti
John Rothman as Andy
Shannon O'Hurley as Susan Schiffer

VHS Description
"Crackling good. Nail-bitingly tense. Tautly directed." -Janet Maslin, THE NEW YORK TIMES

The best-reviewed thriller of 1995 is Copycat, a sensational adrenaline pumper about the desperate hunt for a mass murderer with an elusive m.o.: he copies serial killers of the recent past.

He's out there but who is he? When, where and how will he next strike? An ambitious San Francisco homicide detective (Academy Award winner Holly Hunter) and a noted criminal psychologist (Sigourney Weaver) piece together a jigsaw puzzle of crime as they close in on a fiend with a knack for staying a step ahead...and leaving a body behind.

Jon Amiel (Sommersby) directs "the smartest and most gripping thriller since The Silence of the Lambs" (Jack Mathews, Newsday). Dermot Mulroney, William McNamara, Harry Connick, Jr., Will Patton, and other co-stars bring extra heat to the film's feverish race against time. For the ultimate in suspense and excitement, choose Copycat. But remember: he's out there.


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