Children are being kidnapped and held for ransom. If the parents don't cooperate, the kids show up dead. An undercover cop gets involved in the case, and his investigation leads him to a ... See full summary »
A high ranking Roman Catholic priest, Monsignor Blaise Meredith (Sir John Mills), finds out he has terminal cancer. His faith is tested when faced with imminent death. At the same time, he ... See full summary »
An unofficial "sequel" to "The Bad Seed", Patty McCormack's "Mommy" is psychotically obsessed with her 12-year-old daughter Jessica Ann -- so much so that when she finds out Jessica didn't get the "Student of the Year" award again, she solves the problem by murdering the teacher who didn't recommend her for it. She dismisses the killing as inconsequential ("a minor accident"), but the homicide detective assigned to the case suspects her immediately, and an insurance investigator who also suspects her tries to get close to Jessica Ann to find out what really happened.Written by
Miguel Ferrer, a close personal friend of writer/director Max Allan Collins, was originally attached to the movie in the role of Lt. March. Ferrer bowed out when he was offered a paid job on another film. 'Jason Miller (I)' was then contacted and promptly accepted the role. See more »
This sounded A bit like the stepfather movies but much lower budget, which dose effect some parts of the movie.
I found plot so-what in-trusting but I found to be bit bland, it started off not bad but the movie never really picked up.
I don't think acting helped as I found everyone to be really wooden in this movie and other thing that I didn't like was the fact some of the scenes in this movie were so dark, you could not make out what the hell was going on.
There was one think I did like, was one of death scenes with I thought was decent for this movie and another thing was that the ending was far to rushed.
2 out of 10 I won't be watching the sequel any time soon
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