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Neglected by her workaholic husband, a young wife, Maren Abbott, meets a man through Wandering Eye - a networking website designed to facilitate extramarital liaisons. Charming as he is, she realizes she can't go through with the affair. When he is found brutally murdered in their hotel room, infidelity is the least of Maren's worries as she finds herself in the cross-hairs of a serial killer who uses the website to trawl for his next victims. Written by
When you watch an LMN movie you don't expect Shakespeare, but this thriller wannabe is particularly lame.
It starts with an interesting focus -- a website for unhappy married people committed to their misery -- but its plotting is so unlikely that it continually disappoints.
Amanda Righetti does as well as she can with the role of Maren, the gorgeous but -- you guessed it -- neglected wife of a workaholic doctor. And I enjoyed Andrew Shaler as Kyle, a lovesick, puppy-dog type whom Maren meets on the website.
There are many twists in this policier to keep us guessing at the identity of a serial killer. And, in the best tradition of LMN, we constantly find ourselves guessing wrongly.
When the murderer's identity is finally revealed, it's so implausible you want to demand your money back even, even though you haven't paid.
Wander away from this stinker if you can.
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