Mr. Jones

  • 1993
  • Movie
  • R
  • Drama

The psychiatric love story, a peculiar genre epitomized by Hitchcock's loonily melodramatic SPELLBOUND (1946), seems to have become popular in 1993--at least with Richard Gere, who chose to follow up the profitable but ludicrous FINAL ANALYSIS with this sorry star vehicle which he also co-produced. Gere plays the eponymous and nearly anonymous Jones...read more

Where to Watch

Available to Stream

Mr. Jones - Clip - In the Dark
00:43 — Scott and Penny move to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and breathe new life into their art. Their only neighbor is a hermit who o (more…)
Mr. Jones - Clip - First Look
00:55 — Scott and Penny move to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and breathe new life into their art. Their only neighbor is a hermit who o (more…)
Mr. Jones - Trailer 1
01:59 — A young couple moves to the woods and soon finds their nightmares and reality colliding.
Mr. Jones
01:31 — Scott (Jon Foster of STAY ALIVE) and Penny (Sarah Jones of “Sons Of Anarchy”) just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and br (more…)
Mr. Jones - Official Trailer
01:59 — Scott (Jon Foster of STAY ALIVE) and Penny (Sarah Jones of “Sons Of Anarchy”) just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and br (more…)
Mr. Jones
02:13 — Scott (Jon Foster of STAY ALIVE) and Penny (Sarah Jones of “Sons Of Anarchy”) just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and br (more…)
Mr. Jones - Official Trailer
02:09 — A psychiatrist and her manic-depressive patient find themselves mutually attracted.
Mr. Jones
01:50 — Scott (Jon Foster of STAY ALIVE) and Penny (Sarah Jones of “Sons Of Anarchy”) just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and br (more…)
Mr. Jones
00:44 — Scott (Jon Foster of STAY ALIVE) and Penny (Sarah Jones of “Sons Of Anarchy”) just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and br (more…)

Cast & Details See all »

  • Released: 1993
  • Rating: R
  • Review: The psychiatric love story, a peculiar genre epitomized by Hitchcock's loonily melodramatic SPELLBOUND (1946), seems to have become popular in 1993--at least with Richard Gere, who chose to follow up the profitable but ludicrous FINAL ANALYSIS with this so… (more)

Show More »