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A Killer Upstairs (2005)

A woman investigates when her teenage son is arrested for his married lover's murder.

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Sandra Nowlin
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Michael Nowlin
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Detective Bruning
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David Jamison
Lorraine Ansell ...
Detective Feria
Stéfanie Buxton ...
Ashley Jamison
Diane Stapley ...
Patricia
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Vivian Jamison
Lynne Adams ...
Carla MacDonald
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Johnny
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Talia Rose
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Rita
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Sonia Fay
Rick Burchill ...
Mr. Taylor
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Police detective Bruning investigates the murder of model Vivian Jamison in rich businessman husband James' home. He sees no reason to doubts the evidence pointing at her latest lover, neighboring troubled, fatherless high-school teenager Michael Nowlin, who soon makes a run for it but is caught. The knave convinces his mother Sandra Nowlin of his innocence, but the female 'top lawyer' she hires is no real help. Meanwhile the ex-con liquor shop clerk who could provide Michael with an alibi is murdered. Written by KGF Vissers

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Mystery | Thriller

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16 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Alibi per una notte  »

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Silly nonsense
3 June 2007 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

About a mother who tries to save her son from murder. Plot is predictable and acting poor. Even with the likes of Bruce Boxlieter. Won''t go into the plot except to say its a good pop corn movies. That means you can leave the room anytime and not miss much. I have in the past critiqued the acting of Tracey Nelson. Daughter of Rick, she obviously didn't inherit any of his talent. She has an annoying pout and high whiny voice that grates on your nerves. A mature woman who sounds like Shirly Temple. Her hair is stringy, and hanging in her face most of the time. But mainly her acting is amateurish and boring. You don't believe her for a second. Sorry.


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