Trainee police officer Toni Stroud (Loughlin) has just gotten her first report card from her superiors; straight A's. But a fellow officer has something else in mind, and asks to stay at ... See full summary »
The film is the story of woman who is denied the pensions for her children by her ex-husband. Therefore she has to fight for her rights by appealing the courts of justice and the bureaucracy of the state.
Former marine and cop Jeff Erickson starts a new life after meeting his dream girl, Jill, running a bookshop, until they decide to become the modern Bonnie and Clyde. Learning on the job ... See full summary »
Winston Connelly wakes up in the middle of the night in an alley with no idea of how he got there. Nor does he know where in Los Angeles he is or why he is wearing a beat-up tuxedo. Through... See full summary »
Jane Morgan gives birth to her baby at the hospital. When she wakes up the next morning, the hospital tells her that her son died at birth. However from ultrasound reading she had before, ... See full summary »
Sam Gavin decides to relocate his family from Houston, Texas to a sheep station in Australia to protect his eleven children from the "destructive influences" of modern American society. ... See full summary »
The Gates family dream house turns quickly into a nightmare when their life is disturbed by the deranged previous owner who plots to retake his home and the Gates children for his own - ... See full summary »
Handsome Korean war veteran Jerry Shand gets a particularly enthusiastic welcome in his country home town because of a picture in Life magazine of him as Marilyn Monroe's driver during her ... See full summary »
For surely this Lori Loughlin, playing a respectable lawyer, is miscast of the year. Appearing in court with a too tight suit cut too low and a hem up to her kazoo, with a mop of hair constantly hanging over one eye, does she represent our women of the courts? She's terrible. In fact she wears this same suit throughout the entire movie. A trivia note: In one scene in a parking garage she has her hair hanging over the right eye and in another shot of the same scene the hair is hanging over the left eye. She wakes up after a restless night of sleep with that same hair do hanging over her eye. Who wakes up looking picture perfect? Add to this she's a lousy actress with blank expressions on her face. Oh, yes, when the door bell rings, she gets an automatic pistol to answer it, running out into the streets carrying a weapon, almost shooting a little boy on the way. Too much. Bruce Greenwood, an actor I admire, is forced to play opposite our little dame. He can only do what's required of him. Always doing an admirable job, he should get a medal for this one. Playing opposite a bimbo and making it convincing. Joe Flanigan is another actor worth watching who really has no point in the story but to go around chasing our bimbo, even when she tricks him, so obviously, to get his fingerprints off a glass of wine they are sharing over dinner. Why? I tell you, she's a loony. Then there's Max Gail as the father and the presence of Kathryn Harrold that give this loser some class. One of the worst movies with one awful leading lady and supporting actors wasted.
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