A depressive woman who is happening through difficult times becomes the object of desire of a security guard who reads her diary and is then obsessed her sexual fantasies.

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A depressive woman who is happening through difficult times becomes the object of desire of a security guard who reads her diary and is then obsessed her sexual fantasies.

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Taking it to the next level...
2 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

David Bradley stars as Sam, a lovestruck security guard who takes drastic measures to prove his love to lovely Architect Hillary (Elizabeth Gracen) who unfortunately rejects his advances. This is an interesting variation on Fatal Attraction, mainly due to the overall impression from David Bradley. Now don't get me wrong, David Bradley is typically a wooden action star (just slightly better than Olivier Gruner) but in the role of killer in question, he gives a truly impressive performance. Less impressive are Elizabeth Gracen and Jeff Yagher who come off as stuck up and spoiled, David Bradley's character seems the most human. In fact his portrayal of a lonely yet nice guy (although psychotic) plays on the fact that he's been dealt bad luck. And even at the end, David Bradley's character is the most likable and human of the bunch. However this movie does strain credibility at times. Now of course I could forgive it because hey it's a David Bradley flick, but seriously how David Bradley walks away from getting knifed, hit on the head with a fire extinguisher and dragged up an elevator, yet keeps on coming does strain credibility. But once again it's David Bradley who sells the movie and actually plays an excellent sympathetic villain. Of course this all comes to surprise, for those acquainted with Bradley from American Ninja 3 and 4. Not to mention the director who gave us the woeful Kickboxer 5. So with all things considered this emerges as both Bradley and director Peterson's best work to date and comes off as much better than you would expect.

* *1/2 out of 4-(Pretty Good)


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