Looker

Synopsis: Plastic surgeon Larry Roberts performs a series of minor alterations on a group of models who are seeking perfection. The operations are a resounding success. But when someone starts killing his beautiful patients, Dr. Roberts becomes suspicious and starts investigating. What he uncovers are the mysterious - and perhaps murderous - activities of a high-tech computer company called Digital Matrix.
Director(s): Michael Crichton
Production: Warner Home Video
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
6.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
29%
PG
Year:
1981
93 min
26 Views

Oh, mirror, mirror, on the wall,

how can I be sure that Bill will call?

Well, of course, you are very beautiful.

Well, that's sweet of you.

But I'm afraid there's one thing you lack.

- Tell me, mirror, what is that?

- Ravish.

- Ravish?

- Ravish Perfume.

Here, put a little behind your ear.

A drop behind the knees would please.

And dab a bit between your toe.

- My toe?

- You never know.

Now, I wonder who that could be?

Ravish. It fulfills your deepest desires.

You probably think I'm beautiful,

Dr. Roberts...

...but I'm not.

I have lots of defects to fix.

I have a list right here.

My nose is 0.2 millimeters too narrow.

And my cheekbones

are 0.4 millimeters too high.

And my chin has a little 0.1 bump here.

And my areolar distance

is five millimeters.

And I have a mole here on my ribs.

So I need plastic surgery.

Is something wrong, Dr. Roberts?

Well, it's just that

you're very beautiful, Lisa.

And I can't imagine why you'd

want to change what God has given you.

It's for work.

I do television commercials.

They want a certain look.

But these changes are tiny, Lisa.

Nobody would notice the difference.

Dr. Roberts, you did my friends,

Tina and Cindy and Susan.

And everybody says you're the best

plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills.

Will you excuse me for a minute?

I'd like you to see my partner,

Dr. Belfield.

No question. She's a space case.

She's a great-looking girl.

How many of these actresses with lists

have you done now?

- Three, Four?

- Three.

Must be some show-biz fad.

- You gonna do her?

- I don't know.

If you don't,

somebody less competent will.

- I'll do her.

- Great.

You do her. I'll take her out.

She's really a looker.

Well, hi, honey.

Teddy?

Teddy, where are you?

Teddy, what are you doing in there,

you silly boy?

We have to get ready for Bob.

Good morning.

Good morning.

You're looking well today.

- Good morning.

- Hi.

Your 9 a.m. Tuck is pre-medicated.

Suzy will scrub for you.

Senator Harrison's office called,

wanted to know if you work weekends.

- Should I call back?

- Later.

He won't get elected president

on a face-lift.

- He's got great new ads.

- Great ads. Maybe he should sell soap.

Good morning. Hi.

Dr. Roberts, we got

those Japanese hemostats you wanted.

Your burns lecture

at UCLA is rescheduled for October 15.

And you have that fundraiser tonight.

John Reston, black tie.

- Fine. Good morning, Jim.

- Larry.

Got anything big this morning?

A face-lift, a sebaceous cyst

and a blue nevus.

What about Senator Harrison?

- Tight eyes won't make him president.

- I don't know.

I've got some tricky eyes at noon.

Admiral from San Diego hopes

to make Joint Chiefs...

...if he looks young and vigorous.

The guy is a military genius,

he just doesn't look macho.

Maybe he's right.

Good morning, Mrs. Emerson.

Good morning, Dr. Roberts.

Be with you in a minute.

Give her another 50 of Demerol,

love, will you?

And let's have Vivaldi today.

- Vivaldi on Friday?

- I feel it.

Dr. Roberts,

someone called from the police.

- Do you know what that was about?

- No idea.

Cindy Fairmont's here for her final.

We misplaced her chart.

I got her to fill out a new card.

Thank you.

- Well, Cindy, how's it going?

- Okay.

These pictures are no good anymore.

I'll have to get some new ones.

Look at that.

They look good to me.

You've made me perfect.

I'm sorry.

- Do you mind if...?

- No.

It's a habit.

Do I match my measurements?

Oh, forget it.

I just hope this works.

It's supposed to make me

super desirable.

You were always desirable, Cindy.

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Michael Crichton

John Michael Crichton (/ˈkraɪtən/; October 23, 1942 – November 4, 2008) was an American best-selling author, screenwriter, film director, producer, and former physician best known for his work in the science fiction, medical fiction and thriller genres. His books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and many have been adapted into films. In 1994, Crichton became the only creative artist ever to have works simultaneously charting at No. 1 in US television (ER), film (Jurassic Park), and book sales (Disclosure). more…

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