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[to the lead character in a Lifetime movie]
You have got to promise me that you're not going to do anything stupid, OK?
[Character then harasses a witness in her court case who later is killed]
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This is one film that is done in with its ridiculous ending regarding who the killer is. While it is true that all indications pointed to wife #2, you finally come to realize what that first scene in the movie was all about.
Intuition? It was just sheer luck that the first wife envisioned what was to come.
The acting is good. The lawyer for wife #1 is annoying in a way. We know he has to do his best representation for his client, but he is always berating her, though she does seem to be off the deep edge during much of the movie.
This is one film that would have done far better with an alternate end.
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