Frank Darnell, director of the Central Security Agency (CSA), is at a loss when Miles Crandall, the genius who writes top-secret satellite communication software for his Pentagon-contracted... See full summary »
Something's going on at Chandler Castle. Archaeologist Emma can't resist a mystery. Valuable artifacts disappear and professor Webster, who found them in the basement, gets murdered in a secret 1680 witch chamber. Plenty of suspects.
College professor, Amy (Jill Wagner) is working on a play, when the main actress' life is threatened, so she works with Detective Burke (Kristoffer Polaha) and try to figure out who is lying and keeping secrets.
The CSA takes over from the police when a major defense contractor's CFO is murdered. According to the security video, only the CEO whom he was going to denounce his 17-fold stupid fraud to the board entered, yet he has a pretty convincing mayoral alibi. After a key witness is also murdered, while he's in jail, the only remaining possibility is a twin brother. Indeed he ignored being adopted by a wealthy couple, which then felt too poor to take his brother too.Written by
After the reporter gets killed, Robert Carradine, who plays Everett/Gary/David, can be seen as Everett in the interrogation room with scratches on his right wrist. Everett didn't receive those scratches, the killer did. Everett was in jail the entire time. See more »
When CCTV security cameras show a company executive killing a potential whistleblower who was going to report him for taking kickbacks, you think this is a case where the CSA are unlikely to become involved in.
When it turns out that the suspect was having dinner with the mayor of LA at the time of the murder, Cathy and Frank are called in to unravel the puzzle. Then a second murder takes place and the suspect was still held in jail.
You think back to the Michael Caine character in the movie The Prestige, there has to be a double. That would be too simple for this ludicrous and tepid movie.
This movie is so bad it does not even deserved to be called a guilty pleasure. It has an irritating soundtrack and the family set scenes where the kids talk about nature and nurture quickly becomes tiring. The ending when the killer is caught with all the suspects just happen to be wearing the same clothes was simply taking the biscuit.
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