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He Sees You When You're Sleeping (2002)

Mary Higgins Clark's Christmas fantasy tells the tale of Sterling Brooks, a self-absorbed stock-broker who is killed in a freak accident. In order to secure a heavenly future, Sterling is ... See full summary »

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Sterling Brooks
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Annie Campbell
Nickol Tschenscher ...
Marissa Campbell
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Junior Badgett
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Nor Campbell
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Eddie Badgett
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Hans Kramer
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Joe
Jason Low ...
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Decker
Landy Cannon ...
Rich Meyers (as Landy Canon)
Rheta Hutton ...
Heddy-Anna Badgett (as Rheta With An 'H')
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Claire Riley ...
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Mary Higgins Clark's Christmas fantasy tells the tale of Sterling Brooks, a self-absorbed stock-broker who is killed in a freak accident. In order to secure a heavenly future, Sterling is given the chance to redeem himself by reuniting a family. Written by Anonymous

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His last good deed may be their only chance.


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Rated PG for some violence | See all certifications »
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Shot to video AND HOW!
22 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

It's one thing to put a movie on TV. Another to shoot one and put it directly on TV. Another to shoot a movie as if you never intended to do anything with it other than put it on TV. And man does this one smell of video!

The story's okay, with some adaptations from the novel, but that's no big deal. I can forgive that. I can even forgive the sappiness of the stoy; judge a movie on its own genre.

What I can't forgive is the production. I admit that PAX is no big media centre, but surely they can still draw a little better talent than the casting for this flick. The leads all look like they're doing a commercial for local TV or else hamming it up in a civic theatre. People sometimes seem to forget that when there's a camera involved, they don't need to act out as they might on stage.

What's worse is the cinematography which is framed like a daytime drama, and lit with less creativity than that. The staging is simple -- two people talking should face each other in the middle of the room. The action should be center-stage. Et cetera.

You can bear with it, but the production doesn't do half justice to what the authors of the novel deserve...


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