Dean sees mafia boss Santelli whack an FBI infiltrator and is relocated to a remote cabin in the Sierras for protection. While Santelli's crew tries to locate him, Dean gets company from the beautiful Monica.
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Teenage Rowan runs from everything: her fractured home life, her failing grades, and her increasingly boy-obsessed friends. But when her mother sends her to live with her Grandmother in the... See full summary »
High School senior Mark Richards has never minded his overprotective widowed mother, Tanya, and is a good son to her as he prepares to go off to Princeton in the fall. However, when he ... See full summary »
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Sam, a college student in a small Northwestern town, reluctantly joins his roommates in a contest to see who can hook up with the most gorgeous co-eds by the end of the semester. But when men slowly start disappearing around town, he and his friends learn that when it comes to beautiful women, it's what's inside that really matters.
"Deadly Little Secrets" is another B-flick with a B-list cast, good technicals, and okay art. However it can't conceal its low budgetness nor its inability to bring coherence to its silly and convoluted pseudo-suspense/thriller/drama story. The flick has made-in-Canada written all over it, a soap opera quality make-it-up-as-you-go screenplay, and the usual movie magic techno-nonsense. Better than some of those jiggle cam no-budget indies, "DLC" is still little more than an okay watch for the droopy eyed couch potato and a pay check for a cast deserving of a better vehicle for their talent. (C)
Note: The DVD I rented had no English subtitles and no closed captions. However, it did have Spanish language subtitles which the on-screen menu identified as English language. Go figure.
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