High Noon (2009)
High Noon is one of four made-for-TV movies adapted from Nora Roberts' romance novels for the Lifetime channel in 2009 (along with Tribute, Northern Lights, and Midnight Bayou). Emilie de Ravin (Lost) stars as Phoebe McNamara, a single mom who works a stressful job as a high-stakes hostage negotiator for the police department. Phoebe's hectic life gets more complicated when she begins dating hunky bar owner Duncan Swift (Ivan Sergei) -- and finds herself targeted by a psychotic stalker obsessed with the Gary Cooper Western High Noon. This romantic thriller features Cybill Shepherd in a supporting role as Phoebe's neurotic mother, Essie. ~ Sandra Bencic, Rovi … More
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High Noon is not a bad movie for a Lifetime movie. The story is believable, the acting is well done, it moves along.More
Obviously a made for tv movie, but I enjoyed it. It was easy to watch on a week night. Not too challenging and a bit too nice to be real (particularly for a police story), but decent plot and I thought Emile De Ravin was good here, if a bit young looking for the role. It's not a must see, but you could certainly see worse.More
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