Advertising executive Trey Mitchell regularly works late and dines with his ex. That makes his wife Leeza so suspicious she hires a P.I., ex-cop Ethan Woods. But he has a dark past and ...
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Advertising executive Trey Mitchell regularly works late and dines with his ex. That makes his wife Leeza so suspicious she hires a P.I., ex-cop Ethan Woods. But he has a dark past and intends to eliminate Trey by any means and make Leeza his. Dirty tricks and even murdering an observant neighbor fabricate enough proof to break up the couple, but they get back together as darling son Dylan deserves. Ethan now hires a junkie to stab Trey to death, but that backfires. His surveillance equipment is discovered, but he escapes and makes his last move. Written by
Predictability is one thing. Engaging characters another. The latter is not anywhere near this movie. Not that the actors are not trying. They are, and considering the minimalistic story and roles they get (full of clichés), they do a pretty decent job. And for a TV movie, the production values are standard fare.
It's not even about the insanity of it all. Or the fact, that there is no real explanation for the way our main baddie behaves here (yes the motive is clear, plus we get to see something similar in the intro to the film, but that does not explain how and why the guy ticks like that). That's why I think, you should have better things to do with your time, than watch this.
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