Sole Custody (TV Movie 2014)

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Sole Custody: Directed by Brenton Spencer. With Julie Benz, Rick Ravanello, Maxwell Kovach, Matthew Kevin Anderson. Zoey, a cyber crime cop, and Barry, a detective, raise their son, Timmy, in a quiet suburban neighborhood. When Zoey confides in her best friend about shift work and the lack of spark in her marriage. Zoey’s mind is set in motion and when she discovers Barry is screwing around, she calls him out. Willing to give him a second chance, Zoey tries to mend her marriage. When Barry is seen again with “that” woman, Zoey gets a restraining order and sole custody of Timmy. Late one night a fire in her home tragically takes the life of her son. The evidence points to Zoey taking sleeping pills and smoking – she’s charged with Timmy’s murder. Zoey goes to Barry for help but he’s distant and blames her. Zoey fights back, convinced she was set up to take the blame for Timmy’s death. As she fights to prove her own innocence she gets the biggest shock of all!

“This was the typical Lifetime movie. The heroine is in trouble and fighting for the truth. The acting was not very good. The main character played by Julie Benz was bland and her best friend was irritating. Actually, I donu0026#39;t know if it was the actors, or the script, or the directing. Probably all of the above. It was a u0026#39;Bu0026#39; movie at best. Nothing new in the plot, delivery or outcome. I actually figured it all out half way through. There also was a little side plot (criminal cases) that I didnu0026#39;t quite understand the outcome of. It left me with a few questions. I wouldnu0026#39;t really recommend this movie, unless your sitting around the house and want background noise, while you clean or work on your computer, because you donu0026#39;t really have to give this your complete attention. There are much better movies out there.”


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