Too Good to Be True

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  • 1988
  • 2 hr
  • 4.7  (158)

Too Good to Be True is a gripping thriller from 1988 that stars Loni Anderson, Patrick Duffy, and Glynnis O'Connor. The movie follows the gripping story of Rachel, who is left devastated after her husband is involved in a car accident that leaves him in a coma. In the midst of her grief, she receives a surprising inheritance from her late husband's estate – a luxurious beachfront property on the beautiful coast of California.

As Rachel moves to the coastal property, she is introduced to the charming and handsome Jack Sanders, the property manager. Jack is perfect in every way – his dedication to his work, his kindness and compassion towards Rachel, and his natural ability to make her feel safe and secure in her new surroundings. Rachel's instant attraction towards Jack coupled with her newfound wealth leads her to believe that life is finally turning around for her.

However, things start to take an unexpected turn when Rachel starts experiencing strange occurrences around the property. While Jack assures her that everything is fine, Rachel is convinced that something is not right. As she starts to dig deeper, she discovers that Jack may not be as perfect as he seems. Rachel is also faced with a series of tragic events that start to unfold around her and it appears that she is at the center of it all.

As the movie progresses, Rachel uncovers a web of deceit and betrayal that is slowly unraveled when she starts investigating the events surrounding her husband's death. Her discovery is shocking and she realizes that her life with Jack is simply too good to be true.

The movie is full of suspense and mystery, and the performances by the cast are exceptional. Loni Anderson delivers an outstanding performance as Rachel, depicting her character's journey from grief to suspicion, and finally, realization. Patrick Duffy plays his role as the charming and mysterious Jack with conviction and ease, leaving the audience guessing until the very end. Glynnis O'Connor's character, Meg, adds depth to the story, as Rachel's best friend and confidant.

The movie's setting on the beautiful Californian coast adds to the visual appeal, capturing the serene and idyllic landscape while maintaining a sense of suspense and urgency. The film's soundtrack is also noteworthy, adding drama and tension to the already charged-up scenes.

Overall, Too Good to Be True is an engaging and thrilling movie that keeps its viewers on the edge of their seats. The movie offers a profoundly satisfying climax that leaves the audience with a sense of closure and a satisfying resolution. It is a must-watch for those who enjoy mystery, suspense, and a twist ending that you won't see coming.

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    4.7  (158)