In most respects this was a typical Lifetime-type movie. But they added a few touches to make it different that I liked. The lead actress Molly McCook played a stand up comedienne, which was different. I really liked the whole virtual reality aspect. A step above normal eavesdropping techniques. What was also fun was seeing Happy Days nice guy Ted MGinley play the sinister creep. The final gun scenario at the end was usual until Molly slid the gun to the boyfriend. What was good was that he didn't hesitate to shoot as they normally do. On the downside, there were many of the usual predicable moments when the others got murdered. Overall I did not have that "I wasted my time" feeling.
Alyssa moves into a luxury apartment complex but is unaware she is being watched by her disturbed landlord, Robert, via hidden cameras. Robert will do anything to fill the void left by his estranged daughter--even if that means replacing her.
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April 06, 2021 at 03:30 AM