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Andrew C. Erin
Brian Warner takes his workaholic wife Hadley and their teenage brat daughter Skylar to a mountain lodge to mend their bond after a marital separation. The owner, Al Paunovic, seduces Hadley and stirs until Brian admits his one-nightstand, by Al is gruesomely obsessed with what seemed just a car accident she caused. Written by
Another Man's Wife: Could Be A Family's Poison **1/2
Very predictable yarn. Within 5 minutes of the opening scenes, you will not have to have a doctorate to determine who the guy "renting" the house next door is in relation to the woman who threw herself in front of an incoming car.
The film really lacks credibility because of the coincidental relationship of the dead woman to the man she carried on with. Go know the guy was married to the woman who ran over our gal. This is really incredible for one to fathom.
The suicide victim's husband is a real psycho in every sense of the word. The film is cliché with the problems that our husband and wife had and when in total despair, the daughter remarks: "I love you."
These type of family hostage crisis films are so predictable.
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