July 21, 2015

Lifetime Movie Network XXL: The Bride He Bought Online




Military Husband had to work all weekend, so alas, I did not make it to see Marvel's Antman. Nope, I was at home giving to the people, otherwise known as, watching another Lifetime Saturday Night Crapfest.  Guys, I have to be honest, some of these movies I watch I am just like:


And this one was no exception.

Lifetime couldn't even spring for Times New Roman.  Let the suckfest begin.

"The Bride He Bought Online" is yet another Lifetime movie filmed in Canada, starring Canadian teen actors who play the roles of the most annoying group of bitches teenagers EVER in a movie.    


And whenever you have annoying Lifetime teens, you need a clueless mom (see Lifetime Movie Network, Once More With Feeling: Perfect Highto say stuff like "OH, not MY daughter!" and "my daughter would NEVER _____ (do drugs, get an STD, get pregnant, huff Liquid Paper, kill someone, or everyone). Insert Jamie Luner as the mom.  If you are close to my age, you probably remember her from shows like "Melrose Place" and "Just the Ten of Us."

Holla if you remember #TeenBeat.

Now, she is a contract Lifetime actress who looks like this:

And props to her for continuing to make money in the biz this long.

In Lifetime movies, she plays roles such as the clueless mom, the psycho seductress, the scorned wife, the evil granny.... you know, typical sexist roles written by those brilliant literary geniuses on the LMN.

As per usual, I like to give a plot summation for those who see another one of my Lifetime recaps and just want to click out and run like a pack of bloodthirsty wolves are chasing them. Or in my case, being eaten by wolves would have been much more preferable than watching this movie.  

Here is what you need to know about the plot:


Seriously.  Writers have been ripping off the basic plot to Mean Girls for 11 years now.  But, in all fairness, this is Canada and Mean Girls has probably just caught on with the Canooks.  


The opening scene of the movie has one of my favorite Lifetime plot devices: A TEEN IN PERIL! There appears to be a teenager trapped in the trunk of a speeding car.  This looks promising! But that fizzles out quickly when we move backwards to one month earlier in Lifetime Land.

Ladies and gentleman, let's meet the shitheads teenagers we will have to put up with for 86 minutes:

Kaley, she is the blonde popular girl everyone hates loves.



Mandy Kim, she used to be 30 pounds heavier, but lost it all and became hot.


Mandy is Korean and the ever so NOT politically correct writers at Lifetime make sure to let us know that Mandy got fat from sitting around eating bowls and bowls of Kimchi.


And finally, there is Avery, our narrator. She describes herself as the most level headed of the three girls.  Avery shows up to school looking like she could do a cameo in Poison's "Fallen Angel" music video from the 80s.

Win big...Mama's Fallen Angel....
Lose big...acting on Lifetime...
  
Kaley, Mandy and Avery are seniors in high school and have been friends since the 3rd grade.  They are high school queen bees. I can totally hear Missy Elliot's Pass that Dutch in the background.  Lifetime, you owe Tina Fey some money.  

Hey hey hey. I'm what's happening. 
#RachelMcAdamsisaCanooktoo

But truly I digress.

Like all teenagers in today's world, the girls love and live for social media.  They even created their own anonymous blog, www.stupidkidpranks.com, that is basically a rouse to cyberbully anyone and everyone where they upload pranks, such as filming themselves driving their teacher crazy.


You have to wonder what kind of parenting is going on to raise these little angels.  Oh, that's right, the Lifetime kind. By this point, after only a few minutes into the movie, I want all these teenagers locked in Jigsaw's reverse bear trap.  

Sometimes you just wish Jigsaw was real.

One evening, Kaley finds a mail order bride website, www.beautifulandlovelybrides.com. Kaley, Mandy and Avery proceed to berate any individual who would use a site like this, sprinkled with lots of "OMG" "Gah-rosssss" "Eww" "Like total losers" "Gross me out." All the sudden, I feel like I have landed in one of Jimmy Fallon's "ewww" skits.

Except Fallon is funny. And this movie blows.

Kaley decides this would be a cruel and mean hilarious prank for their blog - pretending to be a girl named Diwata from Manila, Philippines and tricking a man into falling in love with her.


Because that is just like, SO, SO funny.  Teenagers are great, right?

Kaley and Mandy find a profile of a guy who goes by the handle "BigJohnny" and since he is "OMG, so like totally ugly" and "ewww gross," they decide he deserves to be the victim.

Omg, let's totally fuck with someone's life. 


Avery thinks the prank is mean and a bad idea, but quickly forgets when Kaley gives her and Mandy necklaces that read "You My Bae 4Ever." Damn, I hate these bitches.  I am ready to flip over to TLC's Women in Prison because some of those women actually got a raw deal in life.  And these are Lifetime teens, who will absolutely suffer no consequences for their actions.

At any rate, BigJohnny, who in reality is a lonely computer programmer named John, proceeds to spend hours chatting with "Diwata." Kaley gets her jollies messaging John and convincing him that "Diwata" actually loves him.  John takes the bait, even serenading "Diwata" with his guitar, and trying to learn the Filipino language in his spare time. Do teenagers have NOTHING better to do these days than pull stunts like this?  I am beginning to think the Hunger Games is actually a good idea. I volunteer Kaley for tribute.


Avery feels kind of bad about what Kaley is doing to John.  But Kaley tells Avery she dreams of skipping college and having her blog go viral. After all, everyone LOVE blogs where the main focus is teenagers bullying innocent people.  Those sites are like, totally awesome.

Meanwhile, John wants his girlfriend "Diwata" to come to his company party with him and buys her an $800 plane ticket.  Kaley also tells him there is an extra $600 processing fee to get "Diwata" to the United States, and then brags about scamming him out of his money to Avery and Mandy. She tells Mandy and Avery about her plan for them to show up at the airport and film John's reaction when "Diwata" never shows up. Avery is angry, and tells Kaley the whole thing is wrong. But instead of messaging John and telling him the truth or telling a parent her BFF is committing wire fraud in the name of a prank website, she does absolutely nothing and goes home.


Is there any possible way I can have a child and just skip the teenage years?  Like some sort of human fast forward button?  #teenagersscarethelivingshitoutofme

The next day, John arrives at the airport looking for "Diwata." Kaley and Mandy trick Avery into going with them to the airport and Avery, again, tells Kaley this is mean and cruel, but instead of telling John it was a prank and apologizing, she does nothing and leaves.  Of course, "Diwata" never shows up and Mandy films the whole "prank" because it just a laugh riot watching a poor innocent man who only wanted to meet his true love be completely heartbroken.  So. NOT. Funny.

I am rooting for John to don a hockey mask and slice and dice these witches.

John, kill them.  Kill them all. 

John heads home and puts his skills he learned from MTV's Catfish to work #whatwouldNevedo by running a search on SwiftySeek, apparently Canada's version of Google Image Search, for "Diwata's" picture.  Come to find out "Diwata" was a Filipino model who has been dead for five years.  Since John is a computer whiz, he looks up the ip addresses from the messages he received from "Diwata" and lo and behold, Kaley's information shows up.

Should have used www.hidemyip.com when you were committing crimes, Kaley.

He also finds the blog and the video of himself:


Let's stop and do a crime count for Kaley, shall we?
1) Cyberbullying
2) Wire fraud
3) Identity theft
4) Filming someone without their permission and profiting from said video

Do you think she will be punished for any of this?


Right. Let's press on.  John finds Kaley's Facebook and recognizes her, Avery and Mandy from the airport. He looks up at Avery on Facebook and finds she is at a place called "Skate Lab." Over at the "Skate Lab," Mandy arrives to convince Avery to be Kaley's friend again.  She agrees with Avery that the prank was stupid, but after all, it was Kaley who made them popular and popularity is, like, totally everything. Avery quickly agrees, and once again, does nothing to stop her friends shitty behavior.


At the same time, John invites a male prostitute named Nick over to his house and hires him to play a "prank" on the girls.  It will be easy to find them because the girls have their Facebook profiles on public and Facebook check-in is a real bitch.  Nick agrees, and the next day, he puts on his favorite wife beater and heads over to the Skate Lab where he talks to Kaley, Avery and Mandy.

Nick, the prostitute with a soul patch. 

Kaley gives Nick her number and Nick gives the number to John, who is waiting outside.  Then, Kaley invites "Nick," who is now being played by John, to a party at Avery's house. Man, this is getting confusing, plus I am bored.  Jason Vorhees would totally have these girls dead faster than you can say "Crystal Lake."

#confusedface #chchch #ahahah

The night of the party, Kaley is super bummed "Nick" has not shown. "Nick," aka John, texts Kaley that is he not feeling a party tonight, but would like to meet up with her at the Skate Lab.  Kaley and Mandy head over to the Skate Lab to find "Nick."  Upon arrival, they notice the Skate Lab is dark, empty and creepy.  But, they go on in anyway because Nick was like "way hot." Mandy decides she has had enough, leaves Kaley inside alone, and heads back to the car in a dark, abandoned parking lot. Instead of checking the backseat and looking around her for danger, she finishes up Level 156 of Candy Crush on her phone.

#LOOKBEHINDYOUDUMBASS #candycrushed

John grabs Mandy and takes her to an abandoned warehouse.  Kaley heads back to Avery's house and tells Avery that Mandy disappeared because she is playing another one of their "funny" pranks. I mean, after all, pretending to go missing would be hilarious.  Avery tells Kaley the cops got called on the party and they have to make sure everyone is out of the house, including a boy Avery has a crush on who is sleeping in her bed.  Kaley plays another one of her "funny" pranks on him, pouring water on his pants to make it appear he pissed himself and then, uploads the video to the blog.

Where is a horde of ravenous zombies when you need them.

Avery, angry, tells Kaley to get out of her house, but instead of deleting the piss prank video, she does absolutely NOTHING.  Hey, Avery:

#word

Back at the warehouse, John asks Mandy why she and her friends would pull a cruel prank on him. Mandy immediately rats out Kaley as the instigator of the prank. Bestie Boo Boos forever, my ass.  John tells her that she is soon going to understand pain, and heads to Kaley's house to disable her power and security system with his super hacking skills (man, did these girls ever choose the WRONG guy; next time pick on someone who works for the sanitation department so all he can do is fuck with your trash pickup). John grabs Kaley and takes her back to the warehouse of doom.

#bitchbetterhavemymoney

YESSSSSS John; now, we are getting somewhere. And I am all (take it away ScarJo...):


Back at Avery's house, Mandy's mother calls Avery and lets her know both Mandy and Kaley have disappeared.  Avery and her mother call the cops to try and solve their mysterious disappearance.   I mean, it is not like they are little assholes that have been messing with people's lives or anything. Avery tells the cop about Nick and shows the detective a picture she took of him on her phone. At NO POINT EVER does Avery tell the cop about the prank website, the wire fraud, the identity theft or the cruel cyberbullying.

#teenassholesonfleek


Because this is Avery, and per usual, she does nothing.

Soon after the cop leaves, John shows up, grabs Kaley and takes her to the warehouse.  Back at the homefront, Avery's mom, Kaley's mom, Mandy's parents and the detective sit around with their thumbs up their asses wondering how these little innocent angels could have just disappeared.  No one, not even the cop, thinks to check their social media, or even take a little trip through their history on their laptop.  Oh and if you thought Lifetime parenting sucked, the detectives at the Lifetime Police Department make Denzel Washington's character in Training Day seem really professional and moral.

Over at the warehouse, John is still attempting to find out why the girls would pull a stunt like that on an unsuspecting stranger, and Kaley is being a total smartass bitch from hell, well Kaley, taunting John and saying things like, "you're ugly" "you only get sex from your hand" "you're stupid" "EWWW."



Because if pulling your best Veruca Salt imitation isn't in the FBI handbook for "How To Talk Yourself Out of A Hostage Situation," well, it totally should be.

Then, in a bizarre turn of events, John takes the girls to some shady looking individuals where he plans to trade them into a sex trafficking ring for $10,000 per girl. The men grab Kaley, and when John asks for his payment, they run.

They are going to regret taking Satan's spawn. 

John takes Avery and Mandy back to the warehouse, and Avery grabs a beer bottle and cuts John.  Once John arrives home, the nosy prostitute across the street shows up at his doorstep offering to help him.  John tells her that he wants to sell two girls, and he and the prostitute, who is armed with a gun, head back to the warehouse.  Oh, and over at the Lifetime Police Department, Nick is questioned by the detective and he tells her about John. But do not worry, she will not use that information to save the girls.  Instead, she will do nothing, kind of like Avery. Avery has a real future as a cop in Lifetime movies.

Back at the warehouse, the prostitute shoots John in an attempt to save the girls.  But then, this happens:

It was John, with the revolver, in the warehouse.

Mandy grabs the prostitute's phone, and Avery calls the Lifetime Police Department, who take their sweet time showing up at the warehouse. John stands around moaning "nooooooo" and Avery and Mandy run around the warehouse aimlessly for a few minutes of reel, until they finally escape. Immediately after this, shit gets REALLY weird as we see a montage of John playing his guitar to a mannequin, that we assume he thinks is "Diwata," who was not really "Diwata," but instead Kaley.

 Keep playing John. It worked for Andrew McCarthy in Mannequin.

And then, John puts a bullet to his head.  I feel you on this one John, I really, really do.


Flash forward to the Lifetime Future and we learn that everyone thinks John was a real lowlife psycho for attacking those poor innocent girls.   Everyone back at high school has made a shrine to Saint Kaley:


Who has been missing for seven months now, apparently working in a sex trafficking ring.

Eh, I still would have gone with Jigsaw's Reverse Bear Trap.  Lifetime, call me.

Andddddddd roll credits.

Editor's Note: Just a heads up, friends. The actor who played Nick (the prostitute), Randy Blekitas, has reached out to me in my comment section to correct a few things! He is NOT Canadian and, apparently, this Lifetime movie was shot in Los Angeles and Santa Clarita. The police station in the film was an old Forever 21 factory. Big thanks to Randy for stopping by the blog. It is TRULY an honor! *Blushing*

Did you watch The Bride He Bought Online? Do you have teenagers? What would you do if you found out your teenagers pulled a mean "prank"? Comment below!

As always, this is my brain on Lifetime, so yours doesn't have to be,

56 comments:

  1. I haven't watched Lifetime in a long time. When my daughter was younger...aka...teenage years, we did watch occasionally. Sometimes they have good movies...you have to pick and choose!! Thanks for the update! I cannot even imagine how long it took you to write that review!! :)

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    1. There's a new one every Saturday night! My husband says....sadly. Lol. I love the old movies! Those were actually good! Pre Canada days...

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  2. Now, that is one way to summarize a movie!
    I'm guilty of watching Lifetime movies once in a while. Most are very predictable and cheesy. But I still get sucked in from time to time.
    I actually have six kids, ages 21 to 13. Luckily *knock on wood and everything else* I've been rather blessed with their behavior. (No, I'm not naïve. I know they are teenagers and can pull some shady stunts. I also know that they're pretty well behaved for the most part).

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    1. Shady is one thing. I was shady. But these teenagers needed a swift kick in the rear. I probably did too!
      Thanks for coming by!!

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  3. LOL the networks are desperate and this time of year w reg. progams on hiatus so are the humans
    Hugs madi and mom

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    1. I know!!! I can't wait for my shows to start up!

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  4. I don't think I have ever watched any program on Lifetime. Now I am sure I never will! MOL

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    1. Lol!! Aww come on! They are so good.
      And by good I mean terrible.

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  5. We love your reviews! Most likely much better than the movies, which we don't watch.

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    1. Yes!! Don't watch this one everrrr!! Awful! I was so over it!

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  6. I saw this movie listed as I searched aimlessly for something to watch on a gazillion channels and still opted for Sirius! LOL! Thanks for the recap. I always look forward to them.

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    1. Lol!! You missed nothing as you can see! Horrible! Worst one yet!

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  7. Hilarious. I absolutely LOVE the Mean Girls gifs. #can'tstopwon'tstop This sounds like a winner! lol

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    1. Oh yeah! And by winner you mean suckfest!
      Hahahaha

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  8. You have a much lower tolerance for watching garbage than SHE does. (Although SHE has watched Sharknado One and two....) We suppose the movie you reviewed isn't going to appear on the Oscar list. BOL!

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    1. Omg, I cannot sit through those Sharknado movies, lol. Those are SO bad. And so are Lifetime movies. But they are oddly addicting....it's like a really bad soap opera. In Canada.
      Right. It's going to be a long time before Lifetime receives any awards for their garbage.

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  9. Now, Ma watched a lot of Lifetime movies in the 90's...yeah, I guess she went through 'a thing' where she loved trashy movies, where peeps were dumber than her! (not hard to do BTW...just sayin'...☺) Glads to know they haven't gotten any betters! Hey, you ever play drinking games while watching them??? Now THAT would be a good time! BOL
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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    1. I loved the ones from the 90s! Those were good. Hillary Swank was even in one!
      I have been meaning to do a throwback Lifetime movie.....now that you mentioned it, I'm putting that on my to do list - recap a Lifetime oldie but goodie!
      No, I haven't done any drinking games....because I would not be able to function the next day. "Drink when someone does something stupid" would lead to the worst hangover of my life.

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  10. These movies always feel like someone turned in a good screenplay and the powers-that-be at Lifetime said, "No, it isn't quite dramatic enough." So they hired an entire team to pile drama on top of the thing until the original idea is just squashed to smithereens!

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    1. Yeah and the "team" consists of interns with no experience in writing.
      There's like 4-5 formula scripts at Lifetime and they just tweak them here and there and churn out 5400000 movies. The scorned wife, the psycho girlfriend, the teen in peril...and recently they've gotten on surrogates. Wacko surrogates. Whyyyyyyyyyy!!!

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  11. I love these posts, lol! I always laugh so hard. I can't watch Lifetime for this reason!

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    1. I'm so glad you love them!
      I know lifetime is such crap now. But there's a show on Lifetime called Unreal that me and my husband like. It's actually pretty good!

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  12. I am amused. Lifetime has such awful things to watch. I tune into Dance Moms from the network weekly.

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    1. I caught an episode of that one called Bring It! Those girls are dancing like grown women....but I do give respect to the woman who runs their dance troupe. She basically takes those kids off the streets in Jackson, MS and gives them a chance to do something with their lives.

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  13. I'm so impressed that they're diversifying their cast! Hurrah for the token Asian girl!!

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    1. LMFAO!!
      Yessss! Diversity abounds at Lifetime!

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  14. I thought about you Saturday evening as I was looking for something to watch. I opted to watch YouTube videos. I admire you for being able to stick all the way through these movies. I will watch an hour and a half and then just can't go any longer and will have wasted so much time. We watched Interstellar the other night, and I wish I had that 2 hours back.

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    1. Omgosh YouTube can be just as bad! lol.
      Was that movie that bad? Thanks for the heads up! I tried to watch the new Annie. Awful!! Terrible acting!!

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    2. If you can get through these Lifetime movies, you can get through Interstellar with no problem. It was just too long and too fakey.

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    3. Oh no then. Lol. Lifetime movies are bad enough! At least these movies provide some humor later.

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  15. Oh my gosh I love your movie synopsis - pretty hilarious! Lifetime movies are always guaranteed to be "top" quality like this one. I don't have cable so I haven't been seen any LMN movies in a long time so this was a nice catch up on some of the stuff I have been missing out on. lol

    Erica
    www.pumpsandpushups.com

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    1. Lol! Oh you're missing nothing! Thanks for commenting!! Xxoo

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  16. This is why I don't watch life time movies.

    www.artadorned.com

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    1. Awww come on! Lol. Thanks for coming by!! Xxoo

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  17. LOL! I watched a Lifetime movie this weekend and thought of you. It has been forever since I watched one. I blame you for all my troubles now. Not really. For the lifetime of me, I can't even remember which movie it was but I know it wasn't this one! Thanks for saving me 90 minutes.

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    1. Omg I love that lifetime makes you think of me!! Lol! I saw another one last weekend about a stalker friend called Accidental Obsession. It was awful! The one this weekend looks stupid. Maybe I'll do a throwback lifetime movie next week. There's a bunch on YouTube and Netflix! :)

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  18. OMG so SORRY I missed this gem of a movie! What terrible fucking luck I have!!

    ::eyes rolling at Lifetime Movie writers::

    xoxo

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    1. Oh it's on demand! And on the lifetime app! Plus they will rerun it! You can catch it again! Lol lol

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  19. Mommy saw Antman and she loved it so she hopes you get to see it sometime. We love movies around here all kinds and lots of times.

    Ziggy Out!!

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    1. I'm so jealous of your mom! Hopefully this weekend tell her. :) Being a Marvel fan and not getting to see it opening weekend was such a bummer. But oh well! Husband has to work. Tell your mommy we love movies too and BabyBelle Pug...well she LOVES tv. Her favorite is Captain America: Winter Soldier.

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  20. LMAO I loved teen beet & tiger beat magazine...the good ole days ;) I can't believe you made it through this whole movie I mean with all the juicy twists and turns LOL. And the ending OMG really no flash to that girl being a sex slave in some hell hole WTH way to leave the audience hanging Lifetime!

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    1. Me too!! I loved ripping out pictures and hanging them up on my wall with good ole tape! Always made my mom mad "that's pulling the paint off the wall!!!" "But it's Jason Bateman mom!!!"
      Right. The ending was just lame. Again, I would have gone with the reverse bear trap. Just so mehhhh

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  21. Gotta love the troll logic and insufferable assholes of "protagonists" in Lifetime movies.

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  22. Hi I'm Nick, the canadian prostitute with a soul patch (nice soul patch burn, I've since done away with it). A few things, I'm not canadian, I don't think any of the cast was. Also we filmed in Los Angeles and Santa Clarita. The police station was an old forever 21 factory actually. Thanks for watching our film and taking the time to review it. Hopefully you enjoy our future projects. We want people to enjoy watching our work as much as we enjoy making it! Take care and thanks for not saying anything too mean about me lol


    Love,
    Nick, the AMERICAN prostitute sans soul patch

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    1. P.S. I'm sorry this one didn't catch you, hopefully the next one will!

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    2. And that IS my favorite wife beater! No foolin'

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    3. Randy, I am blushing! It is truly an honor to have you here both reading and commenting on my recap. I do hope you know this is all in jest and fun. Obviously, I wouldn't subject myself to watching these every weekend if I didn't enjoy the Lifetime (I've been watching this channel since Kellie Martin made an appearance in nearly every other film).
      I am one who CAN be corrected, so I made sure to delete "Canadian" from your picture. And I added in a little blurb with your tidbits about the movie to the post. Thanks! :)
      Great job in the movie and I hope to see you in other future Lifetime films! Let me know if you will be in any ones coming up or any other projects the readers should check out! militarywifeandpuglife@yahoo.com
      All my best! xxoo

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  23. Haha i know, it's all in good fun. It's the nature of the business and come on, it's Lifetime! Lol. I think you took it rather easy on me, and I actually enjoyed your review. I will definitely let you know of upcoming projects and thank you so much for the support. I look forward to reading more of your hilarious reviews. I recently saw the worst movie I've ever seen, sinister 2. I would love to hear you tear that one apart lol. I'm about to start filming a movie with an ambitious script, until then, you can check out my imdb and get caught up on some of my work if you'd like....just please, be gentle :)

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    1. Now I'm a horror movie fan, but I didn't care for Sinister 1. Sinister 2 looked worse. Plus I think of the Wayans brothers every time I see that "boogeyman" guy that is "supposed" to be scary. Hell, it couldn't have been worse than Ouija! That was one of the worst horror movies of all time!
      I'll check out your imdb asap and good luck on the upcoming movie! That's exciting! Don't forget us little people when you win an Oscar. Thanks again for coming to my blog; it is a real honor! My husband was very impressed, as well! :)

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    2. Aww thank you guys. I'll keep making 'em if you keep watching 'em. Like I said, I'm about to start filming a movie (it's a thriller/drama with colleges kids) andI'm working on getting my own production put together for a short film. If you'd like to email me, I can always make sure you get copies before the release of any of my projects for review. Thanks again and keep up the savage reviews, hopefully I didn't turn you soft! Lol

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    3. I don't think I know your email? (Couldn't find it on your g plus profile!). But mine is militarywifeandpuglife@yahoo.com
      And I would be absolutely honored to review your work!
      Oh I won't be (would never be) soft on the Lifetime folks...hahaha!
      But I will definitely give you a good promo here. Hey, you're like my first celebrity...and possibly only celebrity....it's pretty exciting! I mean, heck, like I said, you could be up there winning a Globe or Oscar one day! You just never know!

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  24. Thank you so much. I will email you (I don't want to post my email here lol). Hopefully some day I'll be on the road to the oscars. Thank you for your support and I will keep you posted on any upcoming projects. I took some time off from film and tv this year to study my craft, I've only been doing commercials, print, and a few short films, but I'm about to get back to film and tv. You'll be the first to know!

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    1. Yay! Thats so awesome! Thanks so much friend!!

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  25. I went to search the website John used in the movie and found your blog about it. Your blog is better than the Lifetime movie! I applaud their attempt at shining a light on a few things (unsupervised teens, twisted people and how easily children can be taken). As dark as it all truly is Lifetime glosses over the surface of the reality of it. Each subject itself could be a whole movie. Again, Thank you for your entertaining wrap up of this, yet again, predictable Lifetime movie.

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    1. Haha you're welcome!! That's for coming by and reading!! Xxoo

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