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Web of Lies (2009)

A thriller about a computer security specialist who is accused of bank fraud and has to clear her name with the help of the FBI.

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Abby Turner
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Josh Lawson / Jarod (as Andrew Walker)
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Michael Brobin
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Spider
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Kathie Anderson
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Simon
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Karl
Paul Stewart ...
Ken Kolby
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Danny Wilcox
William Greenblatt ...
Nick
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Monroe (as Mark A. Krupa)
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Abby Turner has it all: brains, looks and a terrific job as the lead Internet security designer at Custodis Systems. But when her seemingly perfect boyfriend - Josh Lawson - is murdered, Abby's world is turned upside down. Caught in a web of devious schemes and deadly betrayals, Abby must rely on her quick wits and analytical skills - and practise a little deception of her own - if she's to survive the deadly "Web of Lies". Written by Anonymous

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29 May 2010 (USA)  »

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La toile du mensonge  »

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CAD 500,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Spelling Mistake - When Abby first examines her laptop she opens a pop-up window that says "System Command Promt" instead of PROMPT. See more »

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Web of Lies - It's Worth Being on DVD
2 May 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Web of Lies is definitely a film worth watching, i found it interesting, it had good twists and a good ending. After watching it I decided to see if I could buy it on DVD, but after searching a number of websites I came up empty, and then i read a review of Web of Lies on here, and it appears it is just a TV movie. I think a film as good as this should be out on DVD, I would definitely buy it and recommend it to people who like films like this one. I'm disappointed that I can't get it on DVD, but if it ever does come out on DVD, i'll keep an eye out for it and buy it as soon as I get the chance. If anybody knows if or when it will be out, please let me know, I don't want a good film to be restricted to the TV. It's a film worth keeping for years.

Marty G


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