Dr. Beck, who has changed his name, saves a young teenage girl drowning in Mexico, whom he falls in love with. As always, there are some complications in his way, but he has plans to possibly get past them and get the girl of his dreams.
After being found not guilty for his crimes, Dr. Albert Beck takes a teaching job at a university, where his blossoming relationship with a student is threatened when one of his previous victims begins a campaign of terror against him.
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A teenage girl named Sophie is rushed to the hospital after a terrible car accident. Lucky for Sophie, heart surgeon Dr. Albert Beck is at the hospital to save her life. While Sophie recovers nicely in the hospital, Dr. Beck tends to her, more than Sophie's mother would like. A mother's instinct is never wrong.
Doctor Albert Beck was listed among "TV Guide's 50 most memorable villains" in the July 15th 2016 issue. See more »
Possible production mistake. The camera shows a close up of soccer trophies. One trophy character has a broken arm. Later, the trophies are hit with a basketball. It gives the impression that the earlier broken arm was filmed after another take of the basketball scene. See more »
Older but attractive cardiologist Eric Roberts (as Albert Beck) is stood up while waiting on a date with a much younger woman. Leaving the restaurant, Mr. Roberts becomes unhinged and drives his car over 100 mph, apparently headed for a crash The story abruptly switched to a soccer game. Pretty high school senior Brianna Chomer (as Sophie Green) watches her athletically cute boyfriend Carson Boatman (as Ryan) on the field. Later, they celebrate her college acceptance. Due to Mr. Boatman's texting while driving, they get into a car crash. He has a leg injury, but will live. Worse off, Ms. Green has a broken rib which could rupture her heart. She will die without a quick, successful operation. The title "Stalked by My Doctor" indicates what is in store for Green, should her operation prove successful...
It's difficult to believe Roberts' character is one of the top cardiologists in the world, yet demonstrates behavior that would insult middle-schoolers by suggesting a comparison. You just have to accept his cognitive development is arrested in selected areas. He does have a bed with restraints, which comes in handy when his potential sex partners get the creeps. As usual, Roberts is fun to watch, even if the material is underwhelming. He obviously enjoys acting. Writer-director Doug Campbell wisely keep the cast out of the way and lets Roberts ride the wave. He throws priceless tantrums, ending an early one by telling his date, "I'm unfriending you!" When he learns Roberts may be interested in abducting his teenage daughter, unconcerned father Jon Briddell says, "Guys will be guys." L.O.L...
***** Stalked by My Doctor (2015/12/26) Doug Campbell ~ Eric Roberts, Brianna Joy Chomer, Carson Boatman, Deborah Zoe
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