When young art gallery owner and mother Kayla Anderson finds herself drowning in work and in need of help planning her daughter Kerry's big upcoming Sweet Sixteen bash, she hires pretty, ... See full summary »
I liked the most in this movie confrontations, reactions, emotions. Meaning it has a ton of that stuff unlike low quality movies, from lifetime too, which are lacking such intense scenes that cause reaction in us too. Unpredictable somewhat. The only reason why this can't get more than 6 stars is because story has many missing parts like police and after the accidents scenes and lifetime movies are always low quality, for example can't be compared to more famous movies that usually have something extraordinary and rare, except crime. Meaning realistic but nothing extra to see compared to real life.