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  • Another tired and bored, young housewife married to a rich, old, boring man who is obsessed with his business decides to step outside her marriage to tango with a handsome stranger
  • This is why I love Lifetime, the chick flicks abound

    • by LuckyGrl
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      Island Prey is your typical, bad Lifetime Movie that we all love to hate. Another tired and bored, young housewife married to a rich, old, boring man who is obsessed with his business decides to step outside her marriage to tango with a handsome stranger.

      Island Prey begins on a island where the man


      and woman have gone for a brief vacation to view a boat the man wants to purchase.

      Of course the man is called back home for important business that cannot wait, and his bored, silly wife stays behind to look at the boat.

      The salesman showing the boat instantly falls for the woman, and ...


      • they drink, spend time and well, tango.

        It is a beautiful moment until the woman realizes what she has done and she leaves the salesman to go back home.

        The salesman can’t let go…the woman is annoyed…the husband suspects nothing because he is too busy making money to realize his wife is wearing a

        sexy negligee.

        Lifetime at its best! This is why I love Lifetime, the chick flicks abound! Island Prey, however, is so lame even I was bored to tears in the first five minutes.

        The actors cannot act, the lines are silly and the plot is worn thin.

        Bad movie, even too bad for Lifetime!




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