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Don't Look Behind You review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 11:15 (A review of Don't Look Behind You)

Thriller about a family thrust into the Federal Witness Relocation program that fails, in deadly ways, to protect them.

I love movies that requires people to give up everything they've worked for in one place and move to another, becoming someone completely different, and this family has to do that against their will, in order to stay alive.

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Trail of Tears review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 11:11 (A review of Trail of Tears)

This movie is a true story of two women's search for their missing kids kidnapped by their husbands. Quite a sad story as the desperate mothers, Cheryl and Annie team up, searching everywhere for their children, having a few conflicts of their own along the way.

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A Child's Cry for Help review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 11:08 (A review of A Child's Cry for Help)

In this 1994 made for television movie, Dr. Paula Spencer (Veronica Hamel), a recently widowed doctor, moves with her daughter to start at a new hospital. While there, a loving mother, Monica Shaw (Pam Dawber) brings her son in for treatment. Dr. Spencer suspects foul play when the child starts getting worse instead of better.

Very mysterious movie, as no one knows whats making the child sick. Dr Paula Spencer comes off as a little paranoid and controlling at the beginning, but we soon find out who's really causing the little boy to become sicker.

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This Wife for Hire review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 11:05 (A review of This Wife for Hire)

Based on a true story, this 1985 TV movie, stars Pam Dawber as Marsha Harper, a happily married woman with two children, who hires herself out as a part-time wife to a bunch of single men who are in desperate need of her homemaking skills. Unfortunately, her full-time husband (Robert Klein) is not too happy about her new career.

Quite funny and has a great group of actors.

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Web of Deception review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 10:55 (A review of Web of Deception)

A forensic psychatrist of the Police Department, Dr. Philip Benesch, played by Powers Boothe, falls for a fatal attraction that threatens to terminate his marriage, his career and his life.

Very thrilling movie from start to finish!

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The Man with Three Wives review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 10:50 (A review of The Man with Three Wives)

Beau Bridges stars in this fact-based TV movie as Dr. Norman Grayson (Beau Bridges, a man who may destroy his life because he loves not wisely but too well--and too often. Hopelessly smitten by three ... read more different women over the course of several years, Grayson ends up marrying all three, then spends the rest of the movie trying to be a good and faithful husband to each wife without the others discovering his tangled web of deceit. Only when one of the women, Robyn (Pam Dawber), starts putting the pieces together, do the other wives Lillian (Kathleen Lloyd) and Katy (Joanna Kerns) even begin to suspect that Grayson's frequent out-of-town trips are not professional nature. Ironically, audience sympathy is with the bigamous Grayson throughout the film--especially at the end, in which the three woman turn upon each other over base financial matters!

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Bastard Out of Carolina (1996) review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 10:44 (A review of Bastard Out of Carolina (1996))

Anney is a woman who has a lot of pride. She doesn't want her daughter Ruth Anne, nicknamed 'Bone' to be known as a bastard child, because the father up and left her, before the baby was even born. She marries the perfect man when Bone is around three, but he dies in a terrible accident, leaving her child fatherless again. Now Anney has two children, and no father or husband, so her brother sets her up with Glen, a no good man.

This movie is a little scary to watch when you're as young as I was when I first saw it, but the actors play their parts very well, bringing together this amazing story.

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The Baby Dance review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 10:37 (A review of The Baby Dance)

Stockard Channing and Laura Dern star in this touching movie about a poor woman, Wanda and her husband, Al trying to give away their 5th child, as they can't afford it. Richard and Rachel have been trying to have a child for many years, failing misrably, so they resort to adoption and come across Wanda and Al, the trailer park couple who have a baby that they don't want.

It's a very sad movie, because Wanda and Al want to keep the baby, but they can barely afford the 4 they've already got. Richard and Rachel desperatly want a baby of their own, fearing that the trailer park couple are the wrong ones for them, as they keep asking for money an their living conditions aren't exactly suitable.

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True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 05:43 (A review of True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet)

Pretty good movie about an Actress, Morgan Carter, who's the typical party girl, gets everything she wants and thinks that's she's more important than anything, until she ends up in rehab, then her mother and manager come up with a plan to send her away to her Aunt in Indiana, becoming Claudia Miller, just another highschool girl, where she struggles to make friends, get good grades and keep track of the lies she's telling everyone.
Not a bad movie, could have been better without the usual cliches.

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Breakin' All the Rules review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 13 August 2011 02:03 (A review of Breakin' All the Rules)

Amazing movie, I love it at the end when he actually bites through the skin on his hand, just to prove that he really does love her.
Would def recommend to a friend. Great love story and very funny.

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