A young girl is kidnapped and molested by a classmate's father. The man she identifies is arrested and jailed, but is later released on bail. He calls the girl's mother and threatens to ... See full summary »
In 1982, Iowan suburban housewife Joyce Jackson (Roseanne) is an obsessed fan of the late Elvis Presley. She's used the so-called King of Rock and Roll's inspiration to turn her small house... See full summary »
Final story in the Logan McQueen (Burt Reynolds) series finds the ex-cop having to rescue a congressman, his family, and Logan's ex-partner from a kidnapper who has taken the group hostage in an old hotel.
Yawn. A young girl comes across a crime scene where LAPD have discovered a dead woman dressed as a ballerina hanging over a hurricane fence topped with razor wire right by their station. Blood is still dripping from her.
Twenty years later, the young girl is now an FBI profiler, who is transferring to that station as a Sergeant to work in their Special Investigations Unit. The SIU is where all the bad cases are transferred, the ones the LAPD as a whole doesn't want to be blamed for not solving. SIU apparently also covers cold cases. She helps with a home invasion/burglar case, but is mainly concerned with reopening the ballerina murder case. She enlists the help of a reporter who had covered it, and some of the SIU cops.
This movie isn't terrible, but nothing struck me as too terribly interesting either. The murderer for me was pretty predictable. Oh well.
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