The previous evening’s Lifetime film Lethal Seduction was ten times more amusing than the comparatively titled Deadly Adoption, without featuring popular entertainers. I know Deadly Adoption obviously wasn’t made to be a spoof, yet nor was this motion picture, despite everything it ended up being entertaining. I guarantee I won’t spend my whole recap whining about Deadly Adoption. I simply needed to make it clear for the hundredth time why that motion picture was so baffling, while additionally telling you that Lethal Seduction was the cheesiest, most WTF diversion Lifetime’s brought to the table in quite a while.
For the current week our hero is a high school kid for once. His name is Mark, and he has every one of the trappings of a Lifetime film champion, including a solitary (widowed) mother and stunning evaluations. He’s simply graduated secondary school and has a full grant to Princeton. Lamentably, in Lifetime motion pictures, book smarts for the most part run as an inseparable unit with complete and aggregate dumbassery in every single other part of life, generally there would be no plot.