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Home Invasion – Review
Home Invasion – LMN – 2 hours and 0 minutes
Every 12 minutes a home is invaded. And as home invasions go up, criminals are performing them during a different time of the day to throw off suspension. While Chloe spends another night wondering where her husband is, she is visited by her friend Alice. Chloe explains she is trying her best to make a good life for her step-son Jacob with no help from his recently absent father. As the ladies talk and sip, there is a knock at the door. Alice checks the door and is shot. Chloe quickly locks the door and calls 911. She grabs Jacob and hides. She starts to talk to her security company to dispatch help. With her high tech house, her security professional Mike is the eye in the sky. Chloe believes help is on the way soon. However, with a record rainstorm, closed bridge, power outages, and disconnected phone lines, Chloe and Jacob may not make it through the night.
Be prepared to be on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. This movie starts with the start of the home invasion. But cuts to 6 hours earlier to help you understand the family dynamic between Jacob, Chloe, and her husband. While this does take a little time to explain, it’s 100% worth it. You can feel your panic rise as Chloe tries to remain still and quiet. When she is disconnected from Mike, you start to get nervous. And the end will leave you wanting a part 2. Lifetime pay attention: THIS IS HOW SUSPENSE IS DONE!
I give it 5 out of 5 stars
No, you just don’t want to – Jacob
You had me at wine – Alice
I can’t shoot someone – Chloe
Don’t look him in the eye. Aim for the biggest part of the body – Mike
Wedding March 3: Here Comes the Bride – Review
Wedding March 3: Here Comes the Bride – Hallmark – 2 hours and 0 minutes
While Mick and Olivia’s relationship is still in limbo, Mick is flabbergasted when his sister Bonnie comes to the Inn with big news. She is getting married to a guy she has known for 8 months. If that isn’t shocking enough for Mick, she is marrying his former bandmate Sean. Sean left the band high and dry years ago, leaving a bad taste in Mick’s mouth. Olivia tells Mick to give them a chance but Mick is steadfast in his feeling that this is a huge mistake. And to make matters harder for Mick, Julie wants to leave school and go to culinary school. While Julie is solely focused on changing her father’s mind, he doesn’t see Wyatt falling apart. It will take some flowers and some heart-to-heart talks to bring this family together.
This movie focuses more on Mick’s relationship with his family. He treats is sister more like a daughter because he took care of her after their father died. Meanwhile, his daughter is growing up faster than he wants. So he has to handle a lot of complicated relationships at the same time. While this movie does stand on its own, seeing the other movies will help you understand the complicated past of Olivia and Mick. This movie is good, however, seeing Mick’s expression to Julie’s dress up will leave you laughing until it hurts.
I give it 3 out of 5 stars
Worry about what? – Bonnie
What do you mean just to see me – Julie
Pretty much what she tells me too – Mick