Holly Winters (Tori Spelling) is an unhappy-in-love, prosecuting attorney. After suffering a serious head injury, she gains the psychic power to read minds and decides to use this new-found power to catch a killer...
Holly Winters, an assistant D.A. in her mid-30s, is hit by a car injuring her head. As a result, she discovers that she has the ability to read people's minds. Although somewhat disoriented by this new skill, she soon realizes that it can be an asset both at work and in her personal life. When 25 year old Kathryn Davis is found murdered in a van, the obvious suspect appears to be Hector Colon, the thief carrying Kathryn's credit cards. Soon however, Holly discovers that prominent politician, Thomas Sinclair and Kathryn's former boss, may have also been involved in her murder. As Holly uses her psychic skills to build a seemingly airtight case, she begins to receive threats from strangers, the accused, his entourage and even her ex-husband... Written by
This was a really strange and confusing movie. I feel pretty bad saying this because I am a fan of Tori and Dean, not so much for their acting, but I do like their reality show. The movie seemed to be everywhere with the plot. I mean, the plot was good, but whoever wrote this didn't know how to make the plot work correctly. I think better writers and maybe if Tori and Dean would have gotten into their characters a little more, it may have turned out better. I think the acting was okay, but it seemed fake. You know they are acting, but when you can actually remember throughout the film that they are just acting, it's not really good. Well, at least they both got something out of the movie, a nice relationship.
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