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July 5, 2013
Pretty weak. Only really watched it for Thomas Gibson, and he's barely in it as it happens.
Story is about a woman (who looks perfect in every single scene, even when she's grief stricken) whose husband and son supposedly drown in a boating accident. Then it turns out actually the husband has lied about who he is and has actually run off and kidnapped his son and is trying to exhort money.
It's quite silly and doesn't actually make sense if you think about it too hard. Which I couldn't be bothered doing.
It's watchable in a TV movie can't-be-bothered-to-find-something-better type of way. But it's not even remotely convincing and Thomas is in it too briefly to save it.
March 19, 2013
Here we have a mystery...a husband and small son drown in a fierce storm. Only thing is, we soon learn they actually did not drown, and no bodies are recovered. Sydney Carpenter, played by Vanessa Marcil, the bereaved widow and mother, enlists the aid of a local police detective,Jim Sanders, played by James Wilder, who soon into his investigation realizes there is real danger afoot here, danger for Sydney and for himself. To complicate matters, the FBI steps into the investigation and tells Jim to stop his investigation. This is one hint that the FBI has a traitor in the Bureau. The mystery slowly evolves, revealing one clue after another, including the fact that husband Thomas is a long time crook,. As Jim continues the investigation, regardless of the FBI, the husband and son are found, and several surprises pop up one after another. Sydney and Jim are increasingly attracted to each other during the stressful situations. A great movie for an evening of entertainment.
October 21, 2008
I own it, so I might as well see it once.
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