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Danielle C. Ryan
After a tragic car accident, a family gets away to a remote mountain cabin to recover and rebuild their lives. During their vacation, a handsome man befriends them only to get revenge and destroy what is left of their fragile lives.
1) Their screenplays always with very bad dialog, making every character's speaking and talking a bit of unreal, like recited from memory, and everybody speaking with pure American English without any accent. Nobody got any background accent like everybody grew up in the same house, same school, same neighborhood, same area, same city and same State.
2) Horrible nonsensical sound track. The background music in every movie alwayssounded like the same. Lot of time the sound track started without anynecessity and stopped abruptly without any reason.
3) The funny thing is every role in the Lifetime movies is just so polite and sounds like well educated.
4) The female characters are always played by pretty women, you just can't find any ugly ones, even the young kids are pretty.
5) Very lame directing.
This movie is no exception. You might get brain tumor if you force yourself to keep watching it, just by listening to the pure American English without any accent by everybody would drive you nuts.
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