Following a break-up with her unfaithful fiancé, a young college professor agrees to live at her sister's and watch over the home and her 17 year old niece. Unbeknownst to her, a gorgeous ... See full summary »
Vivica A. Fox,
Nicole is stunned when her daughter Cameron returns from a vacation in Mexico engaged to handsome Brent. But Brent has a secret girlfriend, Lexi, and together they're planning to kill Cameron for her money right after her honeymoon.
A former sorority girl (Kirsten Prout), longing for her old, fun college days, decides to take a job as house mother to her former college chapter, only to find that it is in shambles. The ... See full summary »
An A-student's life is turned upside-down when inappropriate status updates and photos appear on her online profile. She claims she is being set up, but no one believes her. Her only solace during this crisis is her mother. Now she must figure out who is hacking her profile before her reputation and chance to get into a good college are ruined. Maybe it's her ex-boyfriend, a jealous friend competing for the same scholarship or someone far more dangerous than she could have ever imagined.Written by
Scripwriter Keith Allan also plays the part of Mr. Perryman. See more »
When Em tries to call Cat to tell her the identity of the hacker, and the subsequent scene where Cat uses the house line to find the phone, two completely different voicemail messages are used. See more »
Though it's not flawless, it's actually a really interesting story with plenty of twists and turns. I was pleasantly surprised, considering the mostly negative reviews. The "twist" would have been really well done, if not for it being spoiled in the one of the titles and some of the cover art itself. Seriously, who thought it would be a good idea to spoil the twist literally before the film even begins? A very bad decision on their parts
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