While Isabel is babysitting her three-year-old half brother Tommy at the park, the unthinkable happens: she takes her eyes off of him for only a moment, and he vanishes. Losing Tommy ...
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When Amy has nowhere to go for winter break, her friend Christine insists she come stay with her family. What begins as a dream situation turns into a nightmare when Amy starts to obsess ... See full summary »
Fred Olen Ray
After her father dies of a heart attack, Julie returns home to see her mother, Gail. But Gail is not herself these days, acting bizarrely and under the control of Warren, a highly ... See full summary »
Vanessa proudly shares all her personal information, selfies and family photos with her online friends and is thrilled to welcome her 10,000th follower. Little does she know that her new ... See full summary »
Andrea del Campo,
After her husband dies, Sarah and her daughters Chrissy and Kilee moves to a new city hoping for a new life. Kilee hates the move, feeling that they're running away from her dad's memory. ... See full summary »
A jealous dance mom takes extreme measures to ensure her daughter wins a scholarship to an exclusive dance academy. But the victim's mother will do whatever necessary to protect her own daughter from the rival mom's evil scheme.
Julie introduces her single father, Peter, to the world of online dating. When Peter meets Alexis, it's love at first sight. But as Julie and Alexis get to know each other, she begins to learn that Alexis might not be what she seems.
Brianna Joy Chomer
While Isabel is babysitting her three-year-old half brother Tommy at the park, the unthinkable happens: she takes her eyes off of him for only a moment, and he vanishes. Losing Tommy creates a rift between Isabel and her parents, made worse with the revelation that the photos at the park that she posted led the kidnapper to him. Isabel launches her own investigation by tracking geo-tags, starting a game of virtual cat and mouse as Isabel tries desperately to save Tommy before he's lost forever.
Much was made about getting Lorraine's phone number, but she had been texting a nurse at the hospice, so the agents would have obtained that from the hospice without all of the extra effort. See more »