Teresa Smith is one of the inmates attending Nicholas Howarth's writing class. Nick draws out a story from her which turns out to be the murder she committed. He uses that story and writes a best selling book. Five years later, he's happily married to Lana. She's newly pregnant but reluctant to tell him the news. Then Teresa comes back into his life wanting recognition and half of the money for her story. Nick is such a pathetic character that he makes it hard to sit through. Teresa is a good psycho character but there are so many issues. At least, Nick eventually goes to the sheriff about the ex con stalking him. It's almost salvaged until Teresa hits herself with the ketchup bottle. It is one of the silliest staged event. The movie cannot recover and then the story nosedives in one of the most ridiculous endings. Talk about writer's block. I've never seen it portrayed in that way although originality is no saving grace in this case. This is really bad.
At a book signing for his best seller, Nicholas Howarth is confronted by sexy Teresa Smith, who says he stole the story when he was her teacher in a woman's prison. Teresa has killed before...
October 27, 2020