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Allison has no trouble finding a man. It's keeping them that's the problem. She meets Brian and swears things will be different, but they aren't. When he leaves her, Allison blames Brian's new fiancée, and vows to get even by stealing away her 17-year-old son. Written by
I rarely, if ever watch Lifetime movies and for some reason sat through this one. I kept hoping it would get better and was disappointed.
Poor and over-acting were the worst offenses, although the material was pretty paltry and contained way too many holes. Are we really supposed to believe that Allison struck Brian (on his bike) with her vehicle and there was no damage to the car? And if there was, that no one noticed it? And that no one linked these two and investigated her? The whole cougar thing with Catherine's son didn't ring true, either.
And why (as the other reviewer pointed out) did NO ONE investigate Jordan's disappearance? Someone with that much involvement in environmental causes would surely be missed by one group or another, not to mention her workplace or community.
The ending was way too predictable (the remaining good guys aren't seriously injured and the baddie gets her just desserts) but hey, at least we know Allison won't be "accidentally" killing again.
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