Thanks to a roommate's practical joke, bookish college student Joanna Halbert finds herself signed up with a Malibu-based escort service. Her initial annoyance turns to curiosity when she ... See full summary »
Thanks to a roommate's practical joke, bookish college student Joanna Halbert finds herself signed up with a Malibu-based escort service. Her initial annoyance turns to curiosity when she visits the boss's beach house - and she is soon captivated by the seemingly glamorous lifestyle of working as a high-class escort. Before long, however, she realises that glitz and money go hand in hand with exploitation and sleaze . . . and it may be too late to get out. Written by
Boy oh boy was this film typical. From the very beginning to the end, this film could be predicted accurately. Not to say that this film was bad or anything, it's just that it was so clichéd. I did feel that Tori Spelling gave a good performance because she was so believable in her role. I mean, could anybody play a naive college girl that well and would have still been believable? Spelling portrayed innocence in such a way that I actually believed she was innocent and unexperienced at things. This film has some plot holes but what film doesn't? Even though the acting wasn't fantastic I did feel that they worked well with what they were given. Since Lifetime always show these particular films all the time, they're gonna have to change their name to "Television for the Abused." Anyway this film is at least worth for one viewing.
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