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Lois Lane as you've never seen her before. An interesting take on the over protective mother theme. I say B-
A over protective mother (Kidder) think that the girl her son (Segan) is seeing is ruining the lives of everyone in the town. This movie shows Margot Kidder as you've never seen her before. After a new young woman moves next door and Harry (Segan) begins a relationship with her, Beth (Kidder) becomes convinced that everything bad that is happening in the town is her fault. This was originally a TV movie, and it shows. The story is good, but the acting outside of Kidder and Lyne Renee, who plays the neighbor, is terrible. It is a very interesting movie though, and the fact that Lois Lane plays a borderline psycho makes it more interesting to watch. This movie has a twist ending that comes out of nowhere and really changes the entire movie. It's not a bad movie, but nothing "Super" either (get it?). I give it a B-.
Would I watch again? - No
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