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Framed for Murder (2007)

When a woman falsely accused of murdering her husband is released from prison after eight years, she hires a private investigator, determined to find out who framed her. However, she does not realize that the killer is about to do it again.

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June Baldwin
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The bipolar June Baldwin hits her abusive unfaithful husband Tony with a statue and leaves home with her beloved son Sammy. When the police officer arrives, he finds Tony dead with four strikes to the head. June claims innocence but accepts the deal to spend eight years in prison offered by the prosecutor. She leaves her son with her sister Claire, married to the wealthy entrepreneur Jason (Perry King). Eight years later, June leaves the prison cured with the appropriate medication she is using and moves to Claire's manor with the intention of disclosing the truth about the murder of her husband. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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She may not be guilty. But she's far from innocent.

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This one sucks the big one.
3 April 2009 | by (New York City, NY) – See all my reviews

My God, what trash. Badly written and super badly acted. I was saying some of the lines before the so-called actors actually said them. To begin with, the plot was stupid and characters so dumb, not to figure out the truth. Even an idiot could figure this one out. In leading roles, June Baldwin had one expression - duh! She couldn't even talk right. Over acting throughout. Hard to believe how stupid she was in this. Somebody brush her hair. She looks like she went through a wind tunnel. Then there's her ugly sister, played by the inept, one look actress, Susan Walters. Not much in her talent either. No matter they play sisters, they are equally bad in this. Add another loser role for Perry King, who seems to be getting worse and worse each time I see him. The big question is why does he do these empty headed films? Of course he's not the best of actors, but still has his looks. He needs to get into comedies and drawing room stuff to match his wardrobe. I understand he's a nice guy off screen. Somebody give the guy a break and cast him in something suitable.

Kevin Jubinville, a so so actor plays the heavy with not too much expression. And one of my horrors, Sophie Gendron, with her lip enhancement, is fortunately in this for a short time. Three actors save this trite vacant movie; Lisa Langlois as a private eye, Claire Brosseau as the best friend and Jonathan Higgins as the new love interest. These three save the movie in this viewers mind. Without them it would be unbearable to watch.


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