Michelle Miller is a chronic sleepwalker. She and her husband Dan Miller are trying to have their first child after she had a miscarriage the year before. One night she sleepwalks into the ...
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Michelle Miller is a chronic sleepwalker. She and her husband Dan Miller are trying to have their first child after she had a miscarriage the year before. One night she sleepwalks into the bedroom of her neighbor Luke Williams while his wife Nancy is out of town. They have sex; she is unaware of this but he not only knows about it but falls madly in love with Michelle and decides he wants to leave Nancy for her. Michelle gets pregnant, but doesn't know whether the baby is Dan's or Luke's.Written by
Mark Gabrish Conlan
This movie is not bad at all! I don't think it deserves nearly a 1 star rating. I have seen some really bad Lifetime films and I'm talking about characters walking around in bad wigs, elevator music playing in the background through the entire film and over AND under acting so bad that I've burst out in laughter. Those are the ones that deserve the 1 start rating but I get a kick out of low budget, bad films.
I think this particular movie was pretty good! There were some very annoying parts and I also think the ending should have been extended so we could see the aftermath. But what I like a lot was the setting. The neighborhood was beautiful and so were the homes where most of the film took place. They were nicely decorated, modern and comfortable.
The acting was actually good and natural. I thought the actor that played Luke (Carlos Marks) was just adorable and really fun to watch. The way he'd get excited every time he saw Michelle was really cute and his voice and mannerisms were really cute as well. Emilie Ullerup did great as portraying a sleepwalker distraught about her actions. The married couples acted like they were sick of each other lol. But you could see when Kate and her husband were asleep that they did actually care about each other by how they were cuddled up.
There is one issue I have with the movie. All of the trouble could have been avoided if Michelle would've had a simple conversation with Luke and her husband Dan! Luke didn't know about her condition and when he tries to talk to her about their "moment" she completely freaks out even after she realizes that she in fact did have that moment with him. She treated him like it was his fault. If she had simply explained that she was sleepwalking and brought her husband and had a conversation between the three of them, no one would have had to have gotten hurt.
That's just my opinion. Chaos ensues but I guess there wouldn't be a movie to make if there wasn't some secrets and drama right?
So even though there are irritating moments, they aren't enough to make it unwatchable. It's very pretty aesthetically and the acting is believable.
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