High Noon

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Movie Info

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.

Cast

Emilie De Ravin
as Lt. Phoebe McNamara
Ivan Sergei
as Duncan Swift
Brian Markinson
as Cpt. David McVee
Ty Olsson
as Dennis Walken
Cybill Shepherd
as Essie McNamara
Olivia Cheng
as Det. Liz Alberta

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Audience Reviews for High Noon

  • Sep 05, 2012
    High Noon is not a bad movie for a Lifetime movie. The story is believable, the acting is well done, it moves along.
    Red L Super Reviewer
  • Jul 24, 2012
    One of the better Lifetime movies.
    Erin C Super Reviewer
  • Oct 11, 2011
    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.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 23, 2010
    a silly suspence with that pregnant girl from lost, a bit miscast for her, the story is dull, and not very exiting, and with dodgy charactors all so ovious
    scott g Super Reviewer

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