He Knows Your Every Move (2018) is a English movie. Lane Shefter Bishop has directed this movie. Drew Seeley,Rosalie McIntire,Sofia Pernas,Andrew Kai are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. He Knows Your Every Move (2018) is considered one of the best Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
When her laptop stops working, Molly immediately takes it to a repair shop and thinks nothing of it when she gets it back in perfect working order. Soon after, she meets the charming and handsome Jack Newsom at her favorite restaurant. They share the same likes and dislikes, the same hobbies and are soon completing each other's sentences. Jack is perfect in every way until he slowly starts to exhibit a clingy, possessive side, which finally forces Molly to ask for some time apart. Suddenly, her bank accounts are being drained and half naked photos of her are being posted online. It turns out "Jack" is not who he says he is, and now that she's rejected him, he's her worst nightmare.
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He Knows Your Every Move (2018) Reviews
Unremarkable made-for-TV thriller
I love all things TV movie, but this thriller was pretty underwhelming. Molly takes her laptop to get fixed, and soon after meets Jack, who seems to be Mr. Perfect. Coincidence? Of course not! While we, the viewer, know that somebody (I wonder who) has hacked into Molly's laptop to learn everything about her, Molly isn't so quick to catch on. However, Jack's clingy behaviour raises red flags, prompting her to call things off, which is when the weirdness ramps up. This film takes its time to get going, and when events start escalating, they aren't interesting or creepy enough to overcome the long build-up it took to get to them. I admittedly like a bit of over-the-top crazy in my Lifetime thrillers, but this plays it fairly straight and, well, plodding. Performances are fine for this sort of thing. Rosalie McIntosh, who I've never heard of before, is a good find, and does well in the lead.
A cautionary tale - quite educational stay around for the later part
This movie is a little slow initially when it comes to getting the wackoness going but at least it's not too far fetched. It turns into a pretty good cautionary tale. A woman sends her computer for repair. Somehow this guy gets her info and woos her knowing all the things in common. He's a bit too intense and they break up and then things start getting interesting when he starts doing things with the information. Cash draining from her bank account, fake reviews in her name, sabotaging her work with risqué photos, plagiarism etc. The things people can do with online identity range far beyond just credit card fraud. It's quite eye opening. The cast is nice - Rosalie the main actress is pretty. Drew Seeley has been doing some Lifetime wackos lately and he's pretty effective. Worth a watch.
What happens at the computer store
Have you ever wondered if the computer techs look at all your private stuff when they repair your computer? This movie asked that disturbing question. Fun and creepy.
Very Lifetime inspired feel to it
This was not really a bad movie but it had a really strong Lifetime movie feel to it. Unfortunately i am not exactly a fan of LT movies so that detracted from this movie for me.I would have enjoyed the story a lot more had it been shot in a more typical cinematic way. The story was pretty good(not really convinced how true to life the circumstances about PC repair are in this i have my doubts) but overall it was not what i would call boring. The beginning was a bit slow but it picks up. It passed the time :)
The Black Undies Show...
This film had lots of promise,- beautiful girl takes her computer in to be repaired and then meets perfect guy who shares all her interests. But at every opportunity she is there posing in black undies ... Most of it was totally gratuitous, especially when she is just with her female companions. Maybe the director is old and creepy. In these days of METOO however, the unnecessary black undies are a bit of a surprise. The plot line was obvious from the start. Drew Seeley though is very good as the unnerving stalker/ boy friend. The comeuppance though was disappointing and too quick. Given that, why was the final scene so totally confusing ?