When an ex-romance author who is trapped in an unsatisfying marriage, decides to give love another chance with a man she met over the Internet, she finds herself caught up in a terrifying murder mystery.
When the best friend of talk-show producer Darcy Scott is murdered while preparing a report about internet dating, Darcy sets out to discover who the killer is, convinced it's one of the men her pal met online.
When Jake, a security guard in a small hotel, inadvertently helps out a beautiful burglar, he becomes a primary suspect and is quickly fired. Jake decides to track down the burglar himself ... See full summary »
Based on the novel by award winning, best selling author Mary Higgins Clark. Nell MacDermott loses her husband in a fiery boating accident. With their relationship in question on the night of his death, Nell longs to connect with him again. She visits a psychic who informs her that her husband was murdered. Compelled to find the killer, Nell searches for an elusive witness who could solve the mystery - or end her life. Written by
I wanted to start this review by writing something positive about the movie. I'm trying to think of something. I really am. While it's certainly not the worst movie I have ever seen, there is also nothing there to make up for the time I lost watching it.
The writing was very bad. There was no suspense. Every plot point could be seen miles ahead of time, even by TV movie standards, which are pretty low. Characters seemed to learn things magically, as there was nothing shown to give basis to their conclusions.
The acting was so bad. Sean Young was just painful. She showed the emotional range of mold. Even her scenes of grief over losing her husband were very cold and completely without feeling.
The other actors - weren't great but they didn't make me cringe as Young did.
Something positive -- hmm -- the photography was adequate and I didn't see any equipment get caught in any shots.
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