Kelly Halligan has moved with her 17-year-old niece from New York to California to start her new business venture. When her niece tries out for the soccer team, the two meet the athletic ... See full summary »
High school sweethearts break into a home which ends badly. One takes the rap and goes to prison. Twenty-two years later he's out and looking to resume their relationship. Only problem is ... See full summary »
When 15-year-old Lizzie is kidnapped, her friendly but divorced parents Judith and Martin are devastated. The police can't find the girl but Tracy Spencer comes forward claiming she's a ... See full summary »
Kaylene Larsen's dream finally came true: beautiful twins from an in vitro procedure. But when Kaylene needs home care, the nurse she hires is none other than the egg donor herself -- and the crazy woman has come to claim "her" babies.
The events take place in Los Angeles. In California, teachers can have consensual sex with adult students and not commit a crime. In 23 states in addition to other laws on the subject, it is a felony-level crime for a teacher such as a coach to have sex with a student. A 2012 Assembly bill tried to align California with these other states, but it failed to pass. See more »
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Too much was left unsaid about our villain Tom Maden as to his motives for doing the bad things he does in Killer Coach. Maden plays an assistant swimming coach who seduces his star pupil Javicia Leslie and then won't leave her alone.
Maden was hired by Keesha Sharp who is Leslie's real coach and also her mom. He gets hired so Sharp can concentrate on the rest of the team and more time in the mom role.
As it turns out Maden has some real issues that deal with his own mother who is departed now. It all doesn't bode well for mother and daughter.
What can I say but it's a trashy exploitation flick and not even fun like trashy. Maden's psychological motives remain unexplained by the story.
Skip this one.
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