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Watchable for a Lifetime flick but definitely not as dark as the poster would suggest
The poster makes it look like a dark psychological thriller, but this is really not that kind of a movie.
It's a fairly easy going Lifetime channel movie for the first half of the movie, with typical good ol' Americans strapped with a smile and a will to please.
It does get more 'thrillerish' in the second half though but never to the point that you are glued to your seats or anything and still remains fairly harmless.
But I mean as far as Lifetime movies goes it's definitely not one of their worst and it did sustain my interest for the most part, but it's definitely not a movie you rewatch a bunch of times, well at least not me.
So semi-recommended I guess if it's on TV and you lack new movies to watch and feel up for something semi-suspenseful without graphic violence or cuss-words.
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