My Daughter's Secret
When the bad-news boyfriend (Steve Byers) of 17-year-old Justine (Nina Dobrev) robs the store where her mother, Denise (Jennifer Grant), works, Justine is torn between telling the truth and sending her boyfriend to prison, or keeping the secret from her mother, which soon starts to tear her apart.
- Stars:Jagapathi Babu, Kamna Jethmalani, Jennifer Grant, Nina Dobrev, Catherine Mary Stewart, Steve Byers, James Gilbert, Andreas Apergis, Meaghan Rath, Sophie Gendron, Benz Antoine, Norman Mikeal Berketa, Allison Graham, Yvette Harper Pouliotte, Walter Massey, Michael O'Reilly, Andrew Henry,
- Director:Douglas Jackson,
- Writer:Christine Conradt
A 17-year-old girl is persuaded to act as a look-out when her boyfriend robs the store where her mother works. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: I thought this was cute, light and kind of ridiculous.
(br) wrote: While the film had some talented people behind it, Underdog suffers from cheap jokes and lackluster production value which make this "Dog" worth leaving in the pound!
(it) wrote: Un beau film qui montre l'humain des soldats.
(de) wrote: Very entertaining and light hearted film. Charlotte Gainsbourg is absolutely charming to watch
(br) wrote: Well done by Aussie cast. Special effects good though reminiscent of Alien.
(it) wrote: 10.5.07: Great flick. speaks alot about the times, and is really funny.
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(jp) wrote: One of the Gloriously Outrageous Treats of 1940s Junk Cinema--Voodoo Hijinks!!
(kr) wrote: Laurel and Harry's features we're always a little hit and miss but this one hits the mark very nicely. With a memorable song and memorable dance number this boosts it's charm and never fails to leave your chuckle muscles well exercised.
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