The Perfect Student (2011)

TV Movie   |  R   |    |  Crime, Mystery, Thriller


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Nicole Johnson is a well-respected criminology professor. When one of her students is accused of the brutal slaying of her roommate, Nicole is the only person who believes she is innocent and begins to investigate the murder.


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28 November 2012 | geoffox-766-418467
Over acted flick
I give this trite no vote at all. Terrible plot, the usual, for LMN. And again leading ladies with no acting ability. When you want the heroine to be done in, you know you're in for trouble. For certainly Natasha Henstridge was that bad. Very busty and bangs that cover most of her face, she is just terrible in this. Is this a proper teachers wearing apparel? Slinky tight tight pants, tight top so bust can be admired? Would any school let a woman like this teach in their school? And just when does she teach? Too busy parading around looking for clues. Henstridge goes around poking her nose in every body else's business and wonders why someone is after her. Duh, because you're a busy body. She spends most of the film being chased in her car. Terrible, horrible movie for TV. In supporting roles Josie Davis, Brea Grant, Jay Pickett and Carlson Young do the best they can. Oh by the way to see more tight clothes, big breasts see Henstridge in The Widow on the Hill. Awful movie. In watching this terrible film a second time, unintentionally I still cringe at the sight of Henstridge. Just can't stand her. Her acting matches the stupidity of the role she is playing. And her figure does not flatter her too much. Maybe why she is always in black. She is so damn nosy in everybody's business attempting to be a detective. And when she gets dramatic, wow talk about over acting. I especially like the way Josie Davis keeps a straight face working with dame Henstridge.

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