My Baby Is Missing


Crime / Drama / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.1 10 394


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October 27, 2020



Ellie Harvie as Nicole / Lynne
Gina Philips as Jenna Davis
Jay Brazeau as Dolan Severs
Warren Christie as Tom Robbins
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809.88 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.47 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 5 / 10 / 10

Entertaining, but Hard to Believe

The pregnant Jenna Davis (Gina Phillips) is a workaholic worker of an advertisement agency near to give birth that has just been promoted to vice-president by her boss. Jenna is stressed and her doctor finds that her pressure is high; so he suggests her to call a nurse to help her. The nurse Lynn Mallory (Ellie Harvie) comes to her house and gives some pills to Jenna that sleeps. When she awakes in the hospital, she learns that she has delivered a stillborn baby girl that has been accidentally cremated. Jenna calls the baby's father Tom Robbins (Warren Christie) that lives in another town to give support to her. When Detective Dana Hoch (Anna Galvin), who is in charge of the investigation, believes that Jenna has killed the baby to keep her job position, Jenna and Tom decide to investigate the incident and find what has really happened with their daughter. "Stolen Innocence" is an entertaining TV movie, but with a story hard to believe. Gina Phillips is histrionic and annoying in many scenes and does not make a believable mother. The facility that they break in the adoption agency is unconvincing and the behavior of the police staff is too stupid, considering that they were dealing with a vice-president of a company meaning a well-prepared woman that could have a skilled attorney to advise her and support her allegations. My vote is five. Title (Brazil): "Inocência Roubada" ("Stolen Innocence")

Reviewed by mette-34 7 / 10 / 10

Bad acting, bad story, bad dialogue

I hardly know where to start with what bothers me about this TV movie. Perhaps the fact that woman who has just lost her baby under extreme circumstances go to work the next day, looking like a million dollars. Walks about with perfect hair and make-up, not in mourning in any way. Maybe it is the fact that NO-ONE believes her story although 1) she can prove she had a fake nurse coming to see her at the time of the birth 2) she had drugs in her system 3) she can identify the nurse and does so in front of a police officer. Maybe it is the fact that everyone is so dumb and everything is spelled out and over explained as in "I had a strange woman visit me right before I passed out and gave birth - there must be a connection - what if she had something to do with this?" or "She gave me some vitamins and now they're gone - what if she used those to drug me?" NO S*** SHERLOCK! Maybe it is the brain dead dialogue: "I am sure we will get through this" - "Oh, did you take a course on how to say all the right things?" - and it was NOT ironic! I could go on. Anyways - if you want to waste 1½ hours on crappy, naive and kliché dialogue, and unbelievable story line, Hollywood styling, and bad acting, you are in for treat.

Reviewed by mikesc60 7 / 10 / 10

Enjoyable unless you want suspense

For some reason, when I saw this film, it was called 'Stolen Innocence'. I found this a very watchable and an enjoyable film, very suitable for family viewing although it probably would not interest younger children, but I think the tag 'thriller' is misleading. From the beginning, each stage of the plot's development is easy to predict and the main part of the final outcome is pretty obvious from very early on. There are the usual coincidences and lucky breaks when in normal circumstances things would go quite differently, but this is pretty normal in detective type films or by and large the mysteries would never be solved! For me this did not really detract from the enjoyment, but if you are looking to be on the edge of your seat with suspense, you should look elsewhere! Finally a personal gripe: as usual with many films, some of the dialogue is lost occasionally when the diction is not clear; but what can you expect unless you want characters to speak less naturally (perhaps like newsreaders) - and I am British which doesn't help with an American film! This is no worse an issue with this film than with many others.

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