Story about Amber Hagerman who was 9 years old when she was abducted while riding her bicycle, prompting her mother to seek out a system that alerts the nation of abducted children, we know that to be called an Amber Alert today.
The true and inspiring survival story of kidnapped teen, Anne Sluti, and how she manages to stay alive by manipulating her captor, engineering her own rescue and negotiating her safe release after 6 days of hell.
James Van Der Beek,
A young girl discovers, to her disgust, that naked photos of her have been uploaded to numerous social media websites from a "revenge porn" webpage. When nothing is done, she makes it her personal crusade to find the perpetrator.
A woman slowly gets her memories back from a suspicious night which put her in an amnesia like state. She also becomes suspicious of her husband who's been more than helpful to make her feel comfortable again.
Amber Hagerman was just a 9 year old girl and on Saturday, January 13, 1996 at 3:30 p.m. while riding her bike in an abandoned grocery store parking lot, she was abducted and murdered two days later. Her mother wanted to set up a system for missing and exploited children which we today, we call an Amber Alert. Twenty years later, her mysert remains unsolved.Written by
When the detective is telling the mom what will happen with the Amber Alert, a California Highway patrol Officer is shown receiving a radio message that a vehicle was last seen going east on "U.S. I-95." Interstate 95 (I-95) runs north and south on the east coast of the U.S., it is thousands of miles away from California. U.S. 95 is in the western U.S. (a short portion is in California), but also runs north-south. Additionally, the proper term would be I-95 for Interstate 95 or U.S. 95 for a secondary road (as used later in the movie), but not both together. See more »
The only thing worse than the accent was the acting.
Amber's Mom: the worst acting I've ever seen. and I patronize community theater. I've lived all over the south including Texas. Unbelievable performance and less believable accents. Creepy Abductor was the best actor and I'm surprised he agreed to be in this thing. Too bad because the story deserved to be told well. Instead, it was a joke. Is this the norm for lifetime movies? I didn't think so, but it's been a long time since I watched such cheesy television. I only watched it because of the connection to real life legislation. And, I'm sure if there was such blatant disregard for the geography (Canada=Texas for gosh sakes?) there was probably such license taken with other historicity. The only thing I came away believing is that there is actually a real Amber Alert--but not because of the movie. Could that woman have actually been so stupid as to allow that guy to babysit that child? There's way more to THAT story.
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