Driven Underground (2015)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Crime, Drama


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Single mother Sarah Palmer hides her family in Oregon when her daughter Christy becomes a key witness in a murder against the mob.

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2 September 2018 | SnoopyStyle
5
| women-in-danger series
In Ridgewood, Washington, Christy Palmer (Emily Tennant) witnesses a murder in the woods and escapes. She and her mother Sarah (Kristy Swanson) are interviewed by Detective Reagan West and Detective Boyce (Lochlyn Munro). She pick outs contract killer Karl Harvey from the database. He is arrested and her family is harassed. He is released on bail. With the other witness disappearing and their home broken into, Sarah decides to run to a cabin in the Oregon woods. Mother and daughter befriend neighbor Tom Wilcox.

This is a Lifetime movie of the week in the women-in-danger series meaning every Lifetime movie. Boyce is far too obvious. There is some drama to have a shocking twist but he takes it all away. Otherwise, this is very standard with very standard writing. It would work better with a less creepy Boyce. This has nothing new. The tension is limited due to its predictability. When West figures it out, she should have put Boyce on most wanted. At the very least, she could notify the locals to send help. After Sarah get contacted, she should be on the run. This is formulaic without much care in the details.

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CAD 1,200,000 (estimated)

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