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Danielle C. Ryan
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Robert Sean Leonard,
First off, this is a typical Lifetime movie. Both the acting and dialogue is so-so. That having been said, I don't regret seeing this film.
This film is based off a book by Jeffrey Deaver and does maintain his use of a twist and a sinister villain. Like I said, the film isn't top notch but for fans of Deaver's, his story elements aren't betrayed. I also thought the subplot about the main character's custody battle and the reasons he didn't want to go back to helping law enforcement were well handed.
I guess what I'm saying is the core is good, even if the execution is not.
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