Apparently, the Lifetime movie is indeed based on a true story. It follows the real life account of a 16-year-old high school student named Jamie Fuller, who murdered his 14-year-old ... See full summary »
Imagine love is a little monster that follows you and your loved one everywhere you go. Imagine this creature's survival is tied to the way you treat each other. Every time you fight, the ... See full summary »
Scott Michael Foster,
A remake of "Roman Holiday" will be filmed in Rome and an unknown woman is chosen to play the lead. Once in Rome, she meets a reporter/porter/waiter/aspiring novelist, who gets the exclusive story on her. Roman romance?
A young man is sent to live with his uncle and cousin in Washington DC by his anthropologist parents. In the process, he must use the skills he learned around the world in order to solve various crimes and conspiracies.
Kevin G. Schmidt,
The running joke in "Secret Girlfriend" is that the camera is the view of the main character -- who never speaks. People turn to him and address him to move the plot along. The view ... See full summary »
Briefly stated, this film deals with life and loss. Whether it be loss of a person, ideal, or state in life. Things in life are constantly changing, nothing ever stays the same. We as ... See full summary »
When the car is going down the street with no brakes, the long view ahead shows a stop sign on a cross street. There is no pothole or railroad track. On the far side of the intersection is a sidewalk with a grass shoulder and then a body of water. When the car stops, it does so by being driven into a pothole, and a train passes behind it as the are getting out. See more »
During the opening credits, the last letter of every cast member's name appears in red. See more »
This movie is in barely different from the typical Lifetime film: bland, unimaginative writing, boilerplate plot, uninteresting sets, boring directorial choices and mediocre acting. What "distinguished" this movie was the uncommonly obvious indications as to who the real perp is. You will know whodunit 15 minutes into this movie.
What keeps Lifetime movies so consistently bad? Are there no competent writers, directors and actors in Canada? That seems unlikely. Is it budget constraints? Maybe a movie a week makes higher budgets for individual films prohibitive. Beats me, but this movie is an excellent example of a film that did not have to be this bad.... or did it?
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