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|He Sees You When You're Sleeping|
Actors: Erika Eleniak, Greg Evigan
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense
When shallow, self-absorbed stockbroker Sterling Brooks (Cameron Bancroft) meets with a fatal freak accident on the golf course, he's in for the ride of his afterlife! Thanks to the divine intervention of Joe (Greg Evigan)... more »
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Ella S. (NanaEllieRT)
Reviewed on 8/7/2009...
I loved it because I am a great fan of Mary higgins Clark books and to be able to see it and remember the books version was great.
A CLARK CHRISTMAS TURKEY
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 09/12/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Fans of the prolific Mary Higgins Clark will be familiar with her Christmas "suspense" motif---usually highly romantic and not too violent. Tis the season after all. In this mindlessly inane adaptatin of the book by Miss Clark and her daughter, Carol Higgins Clark, we find a heartless business broker killed by a golf ball. He goes to heaven and meets his guardian angel (awful performance from Greg Evigan), and is given a chance to get into heaven (he hasn't been all that good a boy you see) by helping a young girl and her mother, who are in the witness protection program, because mommy can put the finger on a notorious mob boss. The plot makes no sense, ergo:
1. All of a sudden, the dead guy can be seen and felt not only by the youngster and her mama, but by the bad guys....where did this come about?
2. Why would the witness protection program separate the mother from her daughter and mother and require additional men for protection?
3. Why does the hero have trouble finding the kidnapped daughter when elsewhere in the movie, all he has to do is just transport himself wherever he wants to go?
Cameron Bancroft is useless in the lead role, and Erika Eleniak is wasted in a role that requires her to pout and sing awful jazz versions of "Silent Night" and "Jolly Old St. Nicholas."
While I have enjoyed some of the other Higgins Clark adaptations, this one's lack of dramatic motivation leaves one wondering if Santa caught us sleeping during this one."