Sidney Sheldon writes blockbuster books that seem to have trouble translating to the screen, and this one is no exception. The novel Bloodline
is a first-rate third-rate book, filled with all sorts of high intrigue, fascinating characters, and a far-fetched plot that could be swallowed if
one didn't read the book in one sitting. Despite an all-star cast, the film version is only marginally entertaining. Hepburn, the young heiress to a pharmaceuticals fortune, is the target of death threats, and no one can figure out who the miscreant is. There are plenty of likely suspects, though,
including her greedy, jealous relatives scattered throughout Europe: Parisian...