Ellie Carter is recently graduated and has it all. While celebrating with friend and boyfriend, she comes across a milk carton with a picture of a missing child that looks a lot like her. ... See full summary »

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Elsa Carter (as Rachelle Lefèvre)
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Jake Farber
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David Carter
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Anna Carter
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Fred Lashley
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Alec Rooker
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Joe Prescott
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Tina Marsaretti
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Chris Mayfield
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Donald Kentor
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Dr. Patel (as Zhaf Paroo)
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Surfer Guy
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Bryner
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Lisa
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Ellie Carter is recently graduated and has it all. While celebrating with friend and boyfriend, she comes across a milk carton with a picture of a missing child that looks a lot like her. As a prank, they call the toll free number and she realizes that this person could be her. The more she finds out, the closer she gets to getting herself and beloved ones killed. Written by Iris Miranda

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17 May 2009 (USA)  »

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Have You Seen Me?  »

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In the opening scene, the "father" is reading a newspaper from Tukwilla, Washington. The license plates seen on all the cars are not from the state of Washington. See more »

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Tina Baseli: [Elsa enters the room. Tina is lying on the sofa] I'm so tired, Frank
Elsa Carter: It's not Frank
[walks slowly towards Tina]
Elsa Carter: ... I'm Sophie
Tina Baseli: Sophie?
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References The Face on the Milk Carton (1995) See more »

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Blood is not always thicker than water
17 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, there was really only one redeeming factor to this movie and that was seeing Twilight's Victoria, Rachelle Lafevre, in a starring role. She did a fabulous job portraying a girl who comes to the realization that her entire existence has been a lie and then is thrown into a spiral of crazy events. Rachelle still shone, despite the lack of reality and massive plot holes in this movie.

The movie pretty much gets going right from the get-go. Rachelle's character Elsa/Sophie is getting drunk with her boyfriend and friend, when her friend notices a milk carton ad of a missing child who looks just like Elsa. As a drunken prank, they call the number on the ad. And from there, things just get plain weird.

Basically, this was like that old movie, starring Kellie Martin (The Face on the Milk Carton), on steroids. With the exception of Rachelle and maybe one or two others, the acting wasn't all that great and the storyline was pretty unbelievable (not in a good way) and hard to follow. Jeremy London, who I normally enjoy seeing in movies, gave a very disappointing performance. The movie jumps from scene to scene with minimal explanation of the events and ends with a supposed twist that I found to be fairly predictable. Overall, 4 out of 10 and that may be generous. Come on Lifetime, you've done better than that!


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