It’s the latest array of Lifetime movies to hit DVD from A&E. Here’s what they have to say for themselves:
This compelling Lifetime Original Movie is based on the dramatic true story of Tiffany Rubin’s (Taraji P. Henson) daring 2008 rescue of her six-year-old son, Kobe, after he was abducted by his biological father and taken from his home in Queens, New York, all the way to Seoul, South Korea. At the urging of her mother Belzora (Beverly Todd, The Bucket List), Tiffany seeks the counsel of Mark Miller (Terry O’Quinn) and his charitable organization, the American Association for Lost Children. With Mark’s help, Tiffany is able to travel to Korea to execute a high-stakes plan to bring her son home.
BRINGING ASHLEY HOME
Based on an inspiring true story, BRINGING ASHLEY HOME follows Libba Phillips (A.J. Cook, Criminal Minds), always the responsible sister — the one with good grades and perfect boyfriends. Her younger sister Ashley (Jennifer Morrison, House) was the opposite — known to be an unpredictable party girl who dated a number of bad boys from the wrong side of the tracks. When Ashley suddenly disappears without a trace, a distraught Libba and her mother, Michelle (Patricia Richardson, Home Improvement), pour all of their efforts into finding her. After years of searching, the rest of Ashley’s family is exhausted, but Libba increases her search, even quitting her job. Frustrated by the lack of resources available to locate missing adults, she creates an organization called “Outpost for Hope.” Amazingly, after five years and a nationwide search in the darkest parts of the country, Libba finds Ashley, homeless, eight-months pregnant and living on the streets â€“ and once again she tries to help Ashley turn her life around.
Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle) and Kim Dickens (The Blind Side) star in the Lifetime Original Movie REVIVING OPHELIA. Inspired by the best-selling book by Dr. Mary Pipher, the movie tells the story of two mothers facing the difficulties of raising their teen daughters â€” one struggling with dating abuse and the other acting out with rebellious behavior. Marie’s (Kaczmarek) 17-year-old Elizabeth (Rebecca Williams) has the picture perfect life, with a seemingly equally wonderful boyfriend. Meanwhile, Le Ann (Dickens) is raising 16-year-old Kelli (Carleigh Beverly) as a single parent and finds it difficult to relate to the pressures her daughter is facing with boys, friends and school. When Kelli starts to suspect Elizabeth may be abused by her boyfriend (Nick Thurston), no one will believe her. Marie and Le Ann have always leaned on one another through life’s challenges, but discover they need each other more than ever as they navigate the complexities of understanding and raising their daughters.
PATRICIA CORNWELL: AT RISK
Based on the novel by one of the world’s best-selling authors, the Lifetime Original Movie PATRICIA CORNWELL’S AT RISK introduces Win Garano (Daniel Sunjata, Rescue Me), the rising star of the Massachusetts State Police, who is sent to Tennessee by D.A. Monique “Money” Lamont (Andie MacDowell, Sex, Lies and Videotape) to investigate a murder that took place more than 20 years before. The calculating Monique thinks she has found the perfect mystery to showcase her new crime initiative and Win has no choice but to follow her lead. With the help of his colleague Sykes (Annabeth Gish, Brotherhood), Win follows the evidence as it leads him to a killer in Knoxville, and then all the way back to Boston and a crime that hits much closer to home.
PATRICIA CORNWELL: THE FRONT
THE FRONT is the fast-paced sequel to PATRICIA CORNWELL’S AT RISK and it reunites Monique Lamont (MacDowell) and Win Garano (Sunjata) to investigate Boston’s most famous criminal. Attempting to generate much needed publicity for her flagging political aspirations, Monique orders Win to re-open the investigation of the brutal, decades-old murder of a young blind woman named Janie Brolin. Janie’s boyfriend was the main suspect in the original investigation, but Monique has another suspect in mind â€“ the Boston Strangler. Win must work closely with a no-nonsense and combative female detective named “Stump” (Ashley Williams, Good Morning, Miami) to unpeel layer upon layer of the 40-year-old crime. Win and Stump’s relationship evolves as they uncover the truth about Janie’s death and track down a psychopath who is leaving their witnesses and colleagues dead in his wake.
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