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An interesting Sunday night movie from awhile back
This one was a thriller/romance to me. You've got the beautiful woman accused of a murder she didn't commit, a married couple with secrets that need to come out if the crime needs to be solved, and, yes, some romance. Susan Lucci and Tim Matheson (who's sexier than George Clooney--and that's saying a LOT) play characters who are not perfect people, but they're at a turning point in their marriage, and what happens could make the difference between life or death. The plot itself was fairly routine, and you could probably figure out whodunit as soon as the murder takes place, but the fun of watching this one was having Susan and Tim light up the small screen. It was on CBS's Sunday night line-up about a decade ago, and maybe WE or Lifetime will rerun it at some point. Catch it if they do. ..
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