An ambitious store manager of a renowned retail flagship store must enlist the help of a struggling, single-father handyman to help her realize her dream of managing the company's first international store.
Feeling disconnected with her teenage son, a protective mother decides to step outside of her comfort zone and take him camping. But as soon as she arrives, she begins butting heads with ... See full summary »
Lizzie Richfield lands a job as house manager for the exquisite Ashford Estate in Virginia. While preparing the place for sale, Lizzie plans one final Christmas Eve gala for the Marley family, though they seem to be a family in name only.
Ryan discovers his friend Brent is the father of one of his girlfriends twins babies and that he date raped her at a party over the summer. With college around the corner he will stop at nothing to clear his name.
Dreadful acting, writing, directing; overwrought; maudlin; sappy; predictable--in other words, a Lifetime Movie. I'll never learn. I watched it only because the premise sounded interesting, but I forgot once again Lifetime can take an interesting premise and turn it in to its usual soapy garbage, sanitizing away any tension or suspense. The characters are so childishly written, they might as well carry signs that read, "I'm bad/I'm good." The good characters emote and cry a lot (at least a few gallons of tears shed in this one, which you don't usually associate with courtroom dramas/murder mysteries), while the bad ones snarl, shout and spew heavy sarcasm/put-downs at the good ones. View at your brain cells' own risk.
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