#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Heather Williams’ current life is like a fairy tale. A lawyer, she has just won the biggest case in her career, a case which took eighteen months to complete and which most pundits believed she had no chance of winning. The win led to her boss, Saul Rubens, offering her a partnership in the firm, which she accepted leading to yet another prestigious and high profile case being assigned to her. These actions are just the latest in a so far successful career, which has allowed her to live in a beautiful house. She seems to have the eye of handsome private investigator Jack Riley, the two who met on that eighteen month long case and to who Heather in turn is attracted. They feel they can move their relationship into a personal realm now that the case is over. The only black mark in Heather’s current life is Ray Johnson, an old flame. Their relationship ended badly, and while Ray wants back in almost to the point of stalking Heather, Heather wants nothing to do with him. By happenstance, Heather meets Vanessa Miller, a travel writer who recently moved into town and who knows no one there. Despite the auspicious nature of their meeting – a fender bender – the two become friends, more on Vanessa’s initiative. What Heather is unaware of is that their meeting was not by accident, that Vanessa is not who she says she is, and that Vanessa, who has not had many opportunities in life, envies Heather and her life and will do anything to *be* Heather. Vanessa’s obsession may put the lives of Heather and those around her in danger.
Plot: A lawyer is riding high after putting a notorious swindler behind bars, but has to look over her shoulder when a woman she meets in a traffic accident is not all she appears to be.
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The More Things Change…
…the more they stay the same. At least as far as Lifetime movies go. I mean, really, how many times have we seen this movie before? An obsessed woman wants to take over another woman’s life. Gee, that’s original. Or it might have been, maybe, in 2015. But since then, if not before, this formula has been used over and over again.
The only interesting thing to watch for here is how many times it is obvious that this was made in Canada. The main character’s web page describes her as a “defence” attorney. The subtitles indicate she is cutting a “cheque” to the crazy woman. The jury ruled in “favour” of the defendant. And so on.
I will give LMN some credit for showing an older one of their movies, though. If you look at their schedule every week, you will see they show the same rotation of their more recent movies over and over again. It’s nice that they throw in one of their older movies in there once in a while. Even if it is a clunker like this one.
Oh, and I like Josie Davis better when she plays the bad guy. She’s better at that than just about any other regular actor in Lifetime movies.
Fun Lifetime TV Movie
I like Josie Davis’ latest string of Lifetime movies. This one was good. A “hot shot” lawyer, hot off a big case and on the verge of a promotion gets into a minor traffic accident. The woman who rear-ends her gloms onto her relentlessly to befriend the lawyer. We are flash-backed to the woman being in a mental hospital, seeing the lawyer on television touting her recent winning case which put a notorious criminal behind bars. The crazy woman who escaped the mental hospital is the one who assumed a new identity and has befriended the lawyer woman. One thing to add to continuity- how does a woman who escaped a mental hospital (with no help), and no shown job (source of income), afford an apartment. It might have been wise to show this. Decent, well-acted, nice paced Lifetime movie. I’d suggest it to watch. Not too intense, but good ending as well.
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Genre Drama, Thriller
Director George Erschbamer
Writer Jeffrey Barmash, Kley Weber, Barbara Fixx, Keith Shaw (story editor)
Actors Josie Davis, Caroline Cave, Marc Menard, Sebastian Spence
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