We are a family of women who have a love for and loyalty to television movies of every genre. We accept them for what they are and don't try to make them something they are not. Laundry to fold on a rainy Sunday? No problem! Don't feel quite like getting out of those pj's at noon? You got it, MacGruber! Secretly hoping those lunch plans fall through? Then you're in good company! So, sit back, relax, and read to find out if you're up for "Secrets and Lies", "Loving, Honoring, and Betraying", or "Fa La La La Lifetime" (whether it's Christmas or not). There is always a TV movie for every occasion, and we are here to help you find the best of the ordinary.
Monday, June 14, 2010
Gospel of Deceit
by Rachel Duncan
Ok… so the main female character is married to a preacher/televangelist… who takes in a stranger as a handyman…who has an affair with the preacher’s wife… who, at age fifteen, had a baby… who grew up and moved in with a preacher and his wife to work as a handyman… and that’s just in the first thirty minutes! Oh, and did I mention? … The handyman’s father is his own grandfather… or is he? If you like secrets and deception, extortion, attempted suicide and murder, vanity, arrogance, greed, with a little psychosis thrown in, this is the movie for you! If you can get past the fact that the preacher wears ridiculous looking short robes when he is preaching, get ready for a Lifetime buffet of humanity!