The House Sitter


The House Sitter

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A struggling artist (Tori Spelling) plunges into intrigue when she serves as a live-in house sitter at an enigmatic man's villa and falls for a plumber. Dean McDermott. Christopher Leitch directed.


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  • Apr 03, 2012
    The storyline is strange. Tory gets to house sit for a crazy guy who turns out to have a crazy brother. At the end, she even paints loving pictures of the crazy guys - I wouldn't watch it unless it was the last unseen movie on TV that night.
    Red L Super Reviewer
  • Dec 24, 2008
    Incredibly bad, even for Tori Spelling. I tend to like some of her made for TV movies, even though I don't really like her or find her a good actress. They tend to be so bad they are good. Not this one. So bad it's really bad. Tori plays Elise, a struggling artist who finds a job house and cat sitting for an eccentric man. He's interested in Elise, but it's not returned. He's a little odd, has a room which is kept locked and is out of bounds, and gives Elise instructions that if she needs maintenance to the house while he's away, she must call one of the people he has specified, no one else. Of course this means Elise goes snooping first chance she gets, and when she has plumbing issues, she disobeys orders and calls a man she met briefly who gave her a business card. The man is young and attractive and she falls into bed with him very quickly. Apparently he is also blind as he thinks she is beautiful. Ahem. Asking for it, I tell you... Of course things go to hell, someone is a psycho, the cat cops it and none of it is believable even slightly.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer

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