Jennifer Boudinot: Lifetime Movie Review: We're All Tall Hot Blondes on the Internet
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When I heard that Courteney Cox had directed Lifetime's latest "danger on the World Wide Web" movie, I was concerned. Jennifer Aniston's Lifetime movie was practically unwatchable, and it was only 15 minutes long. They are former stars of the same show, and BFFs! What if Courteney's movie didn't have the right combination of crazy, TV-PG sex, and naiveté necessary to pull of an Internet-deception Lifetime movie?
To my surprise, Court really came through. Tall Hot Blonde (or "Talhotblond," as it appears on the interwebs) was actually much more watchable than most Lifetime movies in terms of dialogue, pace and even a convincingly suspenseful score by Sasha Baron Cohen's brother Erran. Luckily, it was still completely ridiculous and awful, as all Lifetime movies should be.
Thomas Montgomery is a middle-aged steel worker who's married and has two children with Carol, played by Laura San Giacomo from Just Shoot Me. They're the perfect married couple, except Thomas is secretly
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