A wealthy high powered woman suffers a horrible tragedy after which she descends into substance abuse,turning her back on her family. She later discovers that someone close to her may be behind her subsequent abduction and kidnapping.
What if your friends were lying traitors who want to make your life a living hell? When Marissa discovers this brutal reality on her 18th birthday she decides to take action, longing for justice and revenge. And she is not the only one .
While searching for a KGB double agent who was about to be exposed by another Russian spy-turned-successful author, mystery bookstore owner Samantha Kinsey and her secretive friend and ... See full summary »
David S. Cass Sr.
Clarence Williams III,
As usual LMN films, the female species is quite annoying, snoopy, doubting and totally boring. This one, played by overweight Chandra West, became so annoying with her snooping into people's lives I wanted to slap her. She also tries to steal the children from her best friend. Then we have Nicholas Brendon who plays a delightful villain in this. You root for him because he seems to be more human and natural in the role. And the lady's husband has to deal with her selfishness. Played well by Vincent Ventresca.
I did not like this movie because of the leading lady. She was terrible. The slap she gives Brandon at the end should be aimed at her.
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