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William R. Moses,
CEO Curt Masterson's slick son Cody and his docile brother Gabe organize a private party in pa's retreat cabin with teenage mates Ty and Jason. Curt's surprise treat is a pole dancer hired for lap dances, but bickering whether her $500 wages include an 'intimate service' end in her fatal fall from the stairs. The boys agree to dump her corpse and hope there won't by a murder investigation, which could ruin their college prospects. Jason, of poorest stock, clearly can't re relied upon to keep the secret, and meets an untimely death too. Written by
OK...so it's NOT the greatest movie of all time but anyone who thinks it's the WORST simply hasn't seen enough OTHER Lifetime Movies! The plot is well thought out. Of COURSE it's a bit far-fetched and sometimes sappy! But it's a MOVIE (fer the luv uv of Christmas! I especially like the work of Danielle Kind, who plays Jason's older sister. I think hers is a compelling screen presence. The characters of the older brother villain and his clueless buddies are well-portrayed and, as is to be expected in any Lifetime Movie, there are several very good-looking people. The script is at least adequate and the videography is QUITE good...with the intense facial close-ups. Clearly, this movie was produced by someone who knew what he was doing. By LMN standards, I say it's pretty good!
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