#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Morgan Pierce quit his job at the coffee shop, Casey Cooper thought she’d seen the last of her odd and off-putting co-worker. But when Morgan starts calling Casey and watching her at work, she has a feeling something is wrong. As Morgan’s behavior escalates and he begins to watch Casey every waking hour, writing letters and calling her dozens of times a day, she turns to the police for help. Only they can’t help her, not until Morgan makes an actual threat against her. Distraught, Casey begins to withdraw from life. But when Morgan crosses the line and hurts the people Casey loves, she must find the strength inside herself to stop living in fear, and finally put a stop to this dangerous obsession.
Plot: When a new boy is employed to work in a coffee shop, he turns out to be a schizophrenic who refuses to take his medication, and makes the life of the popular young waitress who works there a misery.
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Time Warner or LMN Goof
Time Warner’s synopsis indicated that the Catherine Hicks character, who owned the business the victim worked for, was the stalker. Or, would the synopsis be written by LMN? I enjoyed the movie, except for the 50% TV ad time, which is common for any network these days, including sports where they have TV time-outs. No coach or player can call THAT many time-outs. That really ruins the continuity of the game and irritates the players and coaches, but it’s the ‘ME’ age, all for the bottom line (ex: A&E and ‘Duck Dynasty’).
Catherine Hicks was hardly noticeable in this film. She has aged considerably since she portrayed Kathleen Turner’s best friend in ‘Peggy Sue Got Married,’ 1986 (title based upon an obscure, but good, Buddy Holly song). Of course, I look older than I did in 1986 as well, but Catherine looks like she had a stroke along the way. I just lost my hair as most men of 72 do. I would guess Catherine Hicks is only in her early 50’s unless she wasn’t a teenager in 1986. I’ll check out her bio.
As for the film, it was good seeing Harry Hamlin long after his starring role in the legendary ‘Clash of the Titans.’ He has aged gracefully.
The stalker was the best actor in the film. I know my review doesn’t cover much of the film’s content, direction, acting, etc. but what else can I say about LMN? It was a slow night for TV – no local sports teams in action. That would comprise the contrary male network, i.e. sports ARE (ESPN,Fox Sports, etc.) are the male networks.
This is definitely a movie you want to skip.
The storyline in itself isn’t a bad idea. However the execution of it was terrible. You have a woman who is weak and not the most likable character. A guy fixated on her. A police force who first arrest her for assault as she was defending herself and 1 second they are making it seem like she’s making it up but then, before u could blink, female cop comes in saying charges have been dropped and now he was being held. The male cop in the room who was still writing her statement acting like she’s the criminal turns around and starts sympathizing with her. I mean there wasn’t even a break in his writing. A complete 180 that left u with your mouth open.
It got worse from there. Everyone around her are going out of their way to protect her. Yet she does nothing to help herself. And even goes as far as to get insulted when an alarm system is bought for her. Which they never set up.
Jump ahead to the “climax”…… There wasn’t one. Oh they caught the guy and so forth. But the way they did was so boring and such a let down that I started rewriting the final 15 min in my head so I didn’t feel so cheated.
These kind of stories you need to have the audience love the victim and hate the unsub. In this movie you felt nothing for neither and couldn’t care one way or the other what happened.
If your looking for something to do I highly recommend picking the fuzz out of your belly button rather then watch this movie.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min)
Director Michael Lohmann
Writer Stacey K. Pantazis
Actors Amanda Righetti, Will Estes, Harry Hamlin, Catherine Hicks
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