A young girl discovers, to her disgust, that naked photos of her have been uploaded to numerous social media websites from a "revenge porn" webpage. When nothing is done, she makes it her personal crusade to find the perpetrator.
Laura Stone is a college professor married to Daniel, a comic book artist. Their pride and joy is their 15-year-old daughter Trixie. But when Trixie comes home from a party and claims her ex-boyfriend raped her, their lives are forever changed. The high profile investigation puts the family under everyone's scrutiny - but who's to blame among the young and innocent?Written by
I just finished watching the "Tenth Circle" on lifetime. I wanted to enjoy the movie, truly I did. But, I did not like it at all. The characters were not at all developed. Daniel looks way too feminine to be the strong silent father who hides a secret. Trixie comes off as much more mature than 15 and in completely unconvincing in her role as a victim or confused and angst teenager. Why couldn't they make her the red head as was in the book? Why a blond bimbo looking girl? Kelly Preston as Laura was flat and unmoving. I felt nothing for her or her position. When she was telling her version of events - I yawned.
While I know it is tough to transform a good book into a good movie, it seems little effort, if any was put into this movie. The movie makes many changes, that initially one would not think would make a difference, but, they truly do. Subtle yet important differences, that in the end make the difference between a good story and a blah waste of two hours.
This movie could have been completed in 15 minutes.
What a waste of talent.
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