[Spoilers ahead!] Jack, a man wrongly convicted of murder is sent to a prison where the unscrupulous warden has political aspirations. The warden manipulates his wife, his political adviser...
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After the father of her kid son Sam was killed by an escaped psychiatric patient, Kate decides it's time for a new chapter in her life. She moves to the town where her former lover Tom ... See full summary »
Amy Jo Johnson,
[Spoilers ahead!] Jack, a man wrongly convicted of murder is sent to a prison where the unscrupulous warden has political aspirations. The warden manipulates his wife, his political adviser/lover, the prisoners and the voters, all while maintaining a smiling "I'm a great guy" facade. After noticing Jack's interest in his neglected wife Melanie, the warden puts Jack into a no-win situation in an attempt to make Jack do something Jack doesn't want to do. The result has Jack abducting Melanie, followed by the police across the state. Then Jack reveals to Melanie the reason why he abducted her.Written by
In the beginning of the movie, the prison is identified as WASHINGTON STATE PRISON, but the inmates' uniforms have WFP (as in Washington Federal Prison) on the back of them. See more »
[Melanie and Jack are trekking through the woods at night]
Tell me something. Was the flirting all part of your plan? To gain my trust? So my guard'd be down when you made your move?
[glances at her]
Then you must care for me in some way. Means you won't kill me.
[They continue walking, Jack obviously affected by her realizing he won't kill her, and then they linger in a spot]
Why are we stopping here?
We're gonna spend the night here. Turn around.
I have to tie you up again...
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This watches a bit like a Harlequin romance (although apparently based on a true story) So along those lines, if you're in the mood for a little brain candy then it's pretty good.
The story follows a prison wardens wife who is kidnapped and the -of course (wrongly convicted) prisoner claims he did it to save her. She eventually becomes romantically involved with her captor after the truth is revealed and tries to help him clear his name
I honestly can't believe that this is a true story, it had such a romance novel feel to it. Anyways while clichéd its not terrible, there are some good love scenes, the husband is unscrupulous and the FBI tracking them in their little van provide some comic relief. 01.19.14
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