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Exceedingly good for a t.v. movie. Henstridge's best work to date
Most people will be surprised by this review because most of the people have not rated this movie very highly. But I have ..I am a big Natasha Henstridge fan and i believe she is the most under rated actress of the current generation . in spite of terrific performances in movies like Species-2,she is still considered a B-grade actress. I think in this movie she gives an absolutely wonderful performance . Inspite of the weak storyline ,she literally carries the film on her shoulders .The film centers around a lonely,single ornithologist Rachel Sutherland(Henstridge) who is obsessed with her work and presumably has no time for relationships. Things take a turn for worse when a mysterious FBI agent (Jonathan Screech) requests her to make her house a surveillance post to track a would be assassin of Nelson Mandela . Rachel slowly falls for the guy and starts loving him but is in for the surprise of her life when she realizes that the purported FBI agent is the assassin himself in disguise. How she escapes from the clutches of the assassin and saves the day makes up the rest of the movie . For a small budgeted T.V. movie , this is indeed an outstanding movie . Inspite of the constraints of the budget and the thin plot this movie does an outstanding job of being a roller-coaster ride . Henstridge is indeed notable here ,so is screech ..though the rest of the cast tends to be mediocre at times . The suspense does keep you at the edge of the seat for occasions.If there was even an Oscar for TV movies i would certainly recommend Natasha Henstridge for the best actress award.Not to be missed if you plan to spend your Saturday evening at home .
Great movie. Why wasn't this one in the theaters? Natasha really proves her mettle here . I would highly recommend this work as her best work so far.
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