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A SURPRISING AND TENSE INDENTITY THRILLER: ‘PERFECT PLAN’ REVIEW

April 16, 2021 No Comments

If I’m not watching some light-hearted and silly chick flick on a Saturday night, then I’m likely watching the extreme opposite of it with a TV suspense title. One of them is this title, The Perfect Plan, featuring a familiar Hallmark face.

The Perfect Plan (2010) Incendo Film Review

Business is more than a little bit rough for Lauren Baker (Emily Rose). Working along with her partner, their real estate business isn’t booming and to make her life more troublesome, Lauren’s boyfriend doesn’t seem willing to invest time or effort into their life. Things get a little bit more interesting when, though a commission, Lauren meets Sean (Lucas Bryant). Sean is looking to sell his family’s home, which happens to come with an elite address. It’s a sale that could net Lauren a nice paycheck. A few drinks in and some flirting later, Lauren finds a buyer and sells the house, and out of her life walks Sean. Everything seems good.

Suddenly Garrett (Jonathan Watton) appears at the home claiming ownership and with him, he brings news that his siblings, the real Sean and Rebecca were murdered. Suddenly not only is Lauren needed for police questions but her business is in tatters as well as her personal life.

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A SURPRISING AND TENSE INDENTITY THRILLER: ‘PERFECT PLAN’ REVIEW. Review of the 2010 film with Emily Rose. All text © Rissi JC

In recent months, I’ve seen quite a few of these films from Incendo. Some are way better than others, and this is one I underestimate. For some reason its little title card didn’t appeal to me and so I’d skip past it every time. Finally, after seeing Rose in a romantic comedy, I decided to watch this. The story is all about a con and so we don’t quite expect it to be as “intense” as it is. While not the fun kind of caper movies we love, The Perfect Plan is nonetheless still pretty good.

The cast is good and characters interesting, but if there’s one thing I’m learning (now 3-6 Incendo productions in), you cannot trust anyone. Sometimes we learn early on that someone is bad, other times it’s not until the end. Either way, we have to always be on guard with these characters as sometimes the people who seem or represent good aren’t.  No matter if you guess the right baddie or not, the film is interesting and entertaining, especially if you like a suspense that’s a little more emotionally intense.

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You can see Perfect Plan (2010) with Amazon Prime (at publication)

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Content: there’s two pretty “steamy” sex scenes. This includes lots of caressing and kissing, some removal of clothing before the scenes cut away. In addition, there’s lots of flirting. There’s also some “intense” moments of suspense; four people die (murder), but the camera doesn’t show anything graphic (blood, etc). The film is TV-14.

Photos: Incendo Productions

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amateur photog. #bookblogger. downton abbey. inspys. internet-photo-shy. writer. the aspiration is to someday write professionally. a girl can dream, right?

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