National Lampoon’s Attack of the 5’2″ Women

Color of Night" is a knuckleheaded thriller that means to get a rise out of audiences, but will merely make them see red. It's confounding and sad that director Richard Rush waited 14 years to make another film after his striking "The Stunt Man," only to choose a script as dismal as this. The allure of Bruce Willis in a

National Lampoon's Attack of the 5'2" Women

(Sun. (21), 8-9:30 p.m., Showtime)

Production: Filmed in Los Angeles by Imagination Prods. Executive producers, David Jablin , Julie Brown; producers, Peter Manoogian, J. Marina Muhlfriedel; writers, Brown , Charlie Coffey; director of photography, Rex Nicholson.

Crew: Editor, Debbie Chiate; production designer, John Iacovelli; music, Christopher Tyng.

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