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Another typical Lifetime Seattle/British Columbia flick
The interstate traffic between Seattle and British Columbia has to contain a significant proportion of Lifetime movie casts and crews making about 95% of their movies in either, or both, of these locales.
This one was filmed in Canada - set mainly in Seattle. Also, both Seattle's and Vancouver's economies would likely be negatively impacted if Lifetime stopped movie-making, or went elsewhere.
This flick was one of this network's cookie-cutter genre, good for a couple of rainy-afternoon hours, and more appealing than most by the pleasing presence of Morgan Fairchild.
There is the inevitable family turmoil - here, a sleazy boyfriend of Mom's, causes the daughter upon whom he is hitting to flee, with her immediately falling under the influence of an even greater sleaze-ball.
It's the tale of teenage danger and angst, but with an actress closer in age to 30 than even 20 in the "teenager" role.
And as usual, the male characters are - with no visible exceptions - either sleazy or clueless doophuses - or both.
While most of these flicks purport to tell stories of characters led astray and duped by nefarious, clever sociopathic types -- as you watch them, you cannot help but feel that not even a teen with an IQ barely into triple digits could fall for these con jobs.
Another 4* or so Lifetime presentation, whose main virtue is its helping the economies of Seattle and Western Canada.
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