The Lake (1998)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller


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A nurse returns to her home town to care for her dying father, and finds everyone she knows there has undergone a bizarre personality change.


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  • Yasmine Bleeth in The Lake (1998)
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  • Stanley Anderson in The Lake (1998)
  • Dewey Weber in The Lake (1998)
  • Yasmine Bleeth and Linden Ashby in The Lake (1998)

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8 June 2001 | Brian-272
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| Good TV thriller type with the beautiful Yasmine Bleeth.
This NBC TV movie with beauty Yasmine Bleeth who returns home in the place she grew up only to find her town is now strange and different, was one of the better thrillers on TV that I've seen recently. The, Lake is mainly about an invasion of strangers from a parallel universe who cause and do the strangest things to this town. This movie might just have been made into a series if the writers would have thought more. Generally strange happenings with strange towns as the setting seem to make a hit series. To finish out this movie should be watched for the beautiful Yasmine Bleeth. Just like drinking milk does you good, watching a movie and viewing Yasmine does a man good also.

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