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First of all Jennie Garth is dreadful as a prosecuting attorney. Her tight dresses, overly made up for a blonde (is she really blonde or a dyed job?) A scene when she wakes up in bed in middle of the night and loaded with make up. Can you imagine what her pillow must look like in reality? Garth is not an actress of any depth and hard to believe she is any threat to the escaped rapist/killer. Colin Cunningham as the killer does much better. He's wonderful in this and needs a stronger actress opposite him. I give this a 1 for Cunningham.
The courtroom scene was out of reality also. With the exception of the defense attorney, it seemed phony and forced. I loved it when he took her down in the court. It was gratifying to this viewer to see her get her up pence.
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