Forensic accountant Monica Bolland tracks down white-collar criminals, but when her husband Josh, an undercover agent for the FBI, is killed, she goes undercover herself to find his ... See full summary »
Alison Peters has always done everything right but finds her life in turmoil as a lawyer stuck working at a grocery store job. Desperate for cash, she rents her basement on MiCasaSuCasa.com... See full summary »
Tony Dean Smith
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On a routine job, crime-scene cleaner Morgan Sher (Devin Kelly) discovers evidence has been left behind. With the help of newbie detective Nick (Aaron Ashmore), she rushes to search for a killer's identity.
Out for a run in the woods by herself, sixteen year old Christy Palmer witnesses what is a contract killing, she getting a clear look of the executioner. With the help of a passerby, Christy is able to get away and report what she saw to the police. The murder investigation, led by Homicide Detectives Reagan West and Boyce, leads, with Christy's identification, to the apprehension of the killer, Karl Harvey, a known drug kingpin. Despite not handling what she witnessed as well as she says, Christy wants to do whatever she can to help put Harvey away, including testifying at his trial. Christy's mother, insurance company regional manager Sarah Palmer, isn't as sure about letting Christy testify, Sarah's primary concern being Christy's safety. Sarah's concerns seem to be well founded - as much as West and Boyce try to assure Sarah that they can protect her and Christy, Harvey, with the help of unknown outside associates, seems able to thwart the police protection measures to make ...Written by
Kristy Swanson starred in the original Flowers in The Attic movie in 1987. Shortly after filming this, Emily Tennant began filming If There Be Thorns, the second sequel to Lifetime's Flowers in The Attic remake. See more »
The detective trying to find the girl calls the mom's cellphone in order to locate her. That is not necessary, as any IT person such as the police tech would know. When a cellphone is on, it is constantly looking for a tower and as such if the phone number is known it can be located via triangulation. Accordingly, the detective would have been able to locate the mom in a matter of hours without ever calling her phone. See more »
I hope when I deleted it after watching, it was completely erased. I would not like it to come back to haunt me.,
I have watched some bad movies in my life but this one is absolutely the worst. Not only is the acting poor and non believable, the movie does not even follow the story line. The best acting in the whole movie was the horse. The fish in Molly's house,or possibly the first victim that was shot. I would have given it a 0 but 1 was as low as I could vote. The police department was a complete joke. Along with their investigation. Even the cell phone tracking was not plausible. Only one single bad guy from the "mob" was convicted. The new neighbor who owned a big ranch and no source of income just played his role with the same silly grin in every scene. I had to go wash my eyes out before I could even write a review.
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