Movie Review: Obsessed  

Posted by: ~ames~ in , ,

Ok, here's the movie summary from Yahoo Movies:

Derek Charles, a successful asset manager who has just received a huge promotion, is blissfully happy in his career and in his marriage to the beautiful Beth. But when Lisa, a temp worker, starts stalking Derek, everything he's worked so hard for, are placed in jeopardy.

LMAO! That review is sooo wrong. First, Beyonce's character is named Sharon, not Beth. And Derek (the yummy Idris Elba) is the vice president of some company, there's no new promotion he's worried about.

Not that that makes any difference to the movie. So Derek Charles comes to work one day and there's a new temp...and she eventually makes her way to his desk, temping when his assistant gets sick. Sharon, Derek's wife, is a bit upset about this new temp - because they have a rule that her husband isn't to have any female assistants. Why? Oh I'm guessing it has something to do with the fact that Sharon was an assistant before she scooped Derek up. So the girl knows what's going on. LOL The temp eventually goes psycho and thinks her and Derek are having a relationship when actually he rebuffs her at every turn. No one believes him though, even when people start getting hurt...

All right, I left a little cliffhanger there although anyone with two brain cells to rub together can figure out how the movie ends.

For some good cheesy fun, I can tell you to go check this movie out. Otherwise, wait for the DVD. It's not that it was bad, this movie was just OK.

This entry was posted on Sunday, April 26, 2009 and is filed under , , . You can leave a response and follow any responses to this entry through the Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) .


Interesting... I kind of like Ali Larter, I think she's very pretty :) however, this is not really my kind of movies...

and LOL at the summary! How can it be so wrong?

Hmmmm, should I even netflix it?

Nath - I have no idea. LOL

Izzy - Yeah. It's not a bad movie, but you can wait for the DVD. :P

Post a Comment