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A Lover's Revenge (2005)

A radio psychologist gives some advice to a distraught woman desperate to escape from an abusive partner.

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Liz Manners
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Kyle Lundstrom / James Stratton (as William Moses)
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Rob Manners
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Ashley
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Sarah Jane Lang
Cary Lawrence ...
Kate Powers
Millie Tresierra ...
Dinah
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Detective Shannon Sparks
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Detective Yokum
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Toby Nederman
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Ozzy
Dean Hagopian ...
Terence
Barry Blake ...
Devon
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Gretchen
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Sales Clerk (as Sally Cleford)
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In Philadelphia, the psychologist Dr. Liz Manners is the host of the WLOR Talk Radio Show giving advices about relationships to her audience. When she suggests to her listener Sara Jane to leave her abusive and obsessive husband Kyle Lundstrom, Sara runs away home chased by Kyle and is hit by a car, immediately dying. The psychopath Kyle decides to use his money to destroy Dr. Manners' life, and assuming the fake identity of the investor James, he meets her husband Rob and poisons her marriage. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Dr. Liz Manners loves to give relationship advice. But when she insists on helping a woman with an apparentally perfect marriage, a jealous husband loses control...and he'll stop at nothing to get his revenge. See more »


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17 October 2005 (USA)  »

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A halál hullámhosszán  »

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It's good, for what it is.. The psychopathic killer movie needs a new twist!
21 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The movie was described as a "Sandwich" and not a "Steak.." No argument.. The review I read was "oversimplified.." It does use a lot of "used" themes.. I won't argue, even a little, that the psychopathic killer who "tells" his victims of his plot has been done 1,800 too many times! (NOTE TO MOVIE DIRECTORS AND WRITERS!!)

There are worse movies--

It'd be a better date movie than some of the syrupy stuff out there.. There's no sex or nudity (although Alexandra Paul is gorgeous, if she's reading this!).. It is nice to see a movie that isn't full of "twentysomethings.."

Anyway-- the point is, it wasn't 100% boilerplate.. It's not a nail-biter, for the most part-- but it does hold your interest..

AJ RN


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