Deadly Daycare – Lifetime – 2 hours 2 minutes
Rachel reluctantly put her daughter, Mia, in daycare because her soon-to-be ex-husband, Daniel, says he can’t afford the divorce and their old home (where Rachel and Mia live now). Rachel wants to keep her home, so she decides to get back to working full time. Little Ones Day Care is given a glowing recommendation by Rachel’s friend. And after Rachel tours the facility, with a little separation anxiety, she decides to let Mia attend. Gabby, Mia’s teacher, recognizes Rachel but not vice versa. It’s not long before Gabby starts paying special attention to Mia and calling her another name. Gabby’s credentials are questioned when her care of Mia becomes to weird to ignore. What are Gabby’s real intentions? Will Gabby’s nefarious plans succeed?
This movie does not follow the the typical Lifetime formation. Gabby’s reason are explained within the first hour, instead of a long monologue at the end. This change in dynamic makes it enjoyable because you are “in on the crazy”. You may find yourself rooting for the bad guy because the parents, Gabby’s husband, and school employees are so naive. Sometimes be bad, or watching someone be bad, is more fun than being good. So let’s be bad together.
I give this 4 out of 5 stars
I am not naive – Rachel
God has a plan for us. She is going to be ours soon – Gabby
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