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Saturday, 18 June 2011

Widow on the Hill (2005)

Directed by Peter Svatek
Starred Natasha Henstridge, James Brolin, Jewel Staite , Gabriel Hogan ...
2005, United States & Canada, English.


A gold-digger story from seductive Natasha Henstridge. A sexy young hospice nurse is hired by a very wealthy man to take care of his dying wife. Soon after the death of the wife, the two wed. 

This TV movie production from Canada is inspired by true events, but unfortunately fails to avoid being predictable right from the start for the most of the audiences.

Although it is pretty predictable and lacks of any kind of surprises or twists, it captures the audience's interest  until the end. I would recommend especially for gold-digger, inspired by true events movie fans.

The movie was nominated for Director Guilds of Canada in 2005.

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If you look for;

a movie inspired by true events
a gold-digger movie
 a cliche but catchy movie


then this is your movie.



***




Degree: Alternative Theft Movie
Sub-Category: Gold-Digger
Excellence of Robbery Plan: 2/5
Originality of Robbery Plan: 1/5
Quality of Robbery Action Scenes: 2/5
Actors' Performances: 3/5
Excitement Level: 2/5
Surprise Level: 2/5
Humor Level: 1/5
Originality of the Story in General: 2/5
Rating As A Robbery/Heist Movie: 2/5
Rating the Movie As A Whole: 2/5

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