This is the kind of flick you'd rent from your local video store circa 1995 along with the latest UFC release. You'd pick it up on a Tuesday, watch it on a Thursday night, and return it early Friday to check out the available rentals for the weekend. The lead woman looks great, decent movie plot, nothing hot or steamy happening here. Basic stuff. Good movie, enjoyable time spender.
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Web of Lies (2009)
Web of Lies is a TV movie starring Majandra Delfino, Andrew W. Walker, and Ted Whittall. A thriller about a computer security specialist who is accused of bank fraud and has to clear her name with the help of the FBI.
IMDB: 5.11 Likes
The Synopsis for Web of Lies (2009) 720p
Abby Turner has it all: brains, looks and a terrific job as the lead Internet security designer at Custodis Systems. But when her seemingly perfect boyfriend - Josh Lawson - is murdered, Abby's world is turned upside down. Caught in a web of devious schemes and deadly betrayals, Abby must rely on her quick wits and analytical skills - and practise a little deception of her own - if she's to survive the deadly "Web of Lies".
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The Reviews for Web of Lies (2009) 720p
Mid-90s FlashbacksReviewed bydrivemenutzlongVote: 7/10
Web of Lies is definitely a film worth watching, i found it interesting, it had good twists and a good ending. After watching it I decided to see if I could buy it on DVD, but after searching a number of websites I came up empty, and then i read a review of Web of Lies on here, and it appears it is just a TV movie. I think a film as good as this should be out on DVD, I would definitely buy it and recommend it to people who like films like this one. I'm disappointed that I can't get it on DVD, but if it ever does come out on DVD, i'll keep an eye out for it and buy it as soon as I get the chance. If anybody knows if or when it will be out, please let me know, I don't want a good film to be restricted to the TV. It's a film worth keeping for years.
OK, it's a TV movie, and the locales and accents all but scream "filmed in Canada." Still, I found it remarkably compelling. I was visiting Bulgaria, where it happened to appear on a TV channel after 1 a.m., and although I wasn't intending to watch the whole thing I wound up doing so anyway. So, it kept me involved.
As to the "penny-shaving" scheme another commenter mentioned, this goes back even further, because I remember it being the basis of a "Dragnet" episode that must have first aired in the late '50s or early '60s. Again, though, I found the plot as developed in this movie believable. Oldies but goodies, right?