To Love, Honor and Deceive (1996)

TV Movie   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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A woman gets involved with a policeman after her husband, a complete scoundrel, and her son are lost at sea and presumed dead.

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Director:

Michael W. Watkins

Writer:

David Rosenfelt

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26 February 2010 | synonym4shedog
4
| Frustrating stew of credibility problems
Not sure what I expected, but in many ways this was a disappointment of a thriller. The protagonist's (Vanessa Marcil) attitude, her intent from the very beginning to get her son back (but not the husband), had me confused. A little back story of marital problems would have been most welcome -- especially since the actor portraying the husband (Thomas Gibson) acted rings around the official police detective love interest (James Wilder).

The whole FBI subplot thing -- including the courtroom scenes -- had no credibility at all, and Agent Lassiter (Leland Orser) was such a chore to watch that at one point I considered just turning the blame thing off. And the wife's best friend (Rosalind Chao) was never even given the dignity of a name.

Maybe some other viewers will be satisfied with the ending. I do not feel that much of a job was done knitting up plot lines. I was left thinking, "Wait, is that all there is? What about A and B and C?"

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