A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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A daughter's life is sent into a tailspin when her mother falls victim to the charms of a seemingly innocent male friend with sinister intentions.

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  • Emily Osment and Gregg Sulkin in A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)
  • Emily Osment and Gregg Sulkin in A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)
  • Emily Osment in A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)
  • Emily Osment and Victoria Pratt in A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)
  • Gregg Sulkin in A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)

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10 March 2018 | SnoopyStyle
5
| perfectly Lifetime
Ariel (Emily Osment) loses her father and her mother Dana (Victoria Pratt) is struggling. At college, Ariel is befriended by Ben (Gregg Sulkin) who seems to be an obsessive volatile stalker. Dana is befriended by Ben's stepfather Adam (Paul Johansson) who seems to be a nice guy at the widowers' support group. Cameron (Richard Karn) is the brother of Dana's late husband Jack. Ariel is suspicious of Adam as he gets closer to her mother.

This is a perfectly Lifey Lifetime movie. There are women in danger and scary threats are lurking behind every male character. It's all very lifeless with a tired tension running through the movie. There is a nice misdirection throughout but the movie does not take advantage of it. It should be ramping up to a great action thriller but it flatlines into bland TV movie of the week.

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