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A robbery victim moves to a gated community for solace and peace of mind -- only to find her darkest fears realized -- in this made-for-Lifetime thriller. Baywatch's Alexandra Paul stars as Laura Benson, a woman recovering from a harrowing, still-unsolved assault attempt. Prone to traumatic flashbacks that frighten her husband and teenage daughter, she moves to an upper-class, 24-hour-security neighborhood. But behind the gates of their tony suburb, something ominous lurks: a chipper but demanding next-door neighbor (Shannon Lawson). Laura suspects nothing at first, but when her daughter starts being harassed at school and strange goings-on begin happening around her guarded house, she's not sure whether the loose criminals are still tormenting her or if it is someone even closer to home. Written by
In short, what a heap. This movie is a blurred attempt to capture the warmth of marriage, the lust of a wild fling and the compassion in friendship. Not only did it miss on all three attempts, but your left with an hour and a half worth of whining and sniveling by the male lead. Something is wrong with a movie where the guy from "The Princess Bride" and a cameo from Scott Wolf can steal the entire show. The most infuriating part is the futile attempt at a twist ending. "Oh, this movie is transcending genre's now. How nice!" Watch a re-run of "Full House" before watching this atrocity. 1 out of 10 stars.
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