Watch: Nanny Nightmare 2017 123movies, Full Movie Online – Between working full-time, raising a young son, and trying to maintain a relationship with her detached husband, James, Lauren Bell desperately needs some help in watching her newborn, Riley. Thinking she’s found the perfect solution, she hires her neighbor, Owen, to be their nanny. Owen is exactly what the Bells need and Lauren couldn’t be happier. It isn’t long, though, until Owen crosses the boundaries between hired help and man of the house. He begins spying on Lauren and drives a wedge between Lauren and James’ already fragile marriage. As his unhealthy obsession with Riley and Lauren continues to grow, it’s clear that he will stop at nothing to make sure his new family stays together forever..
Plot: Between working full-time, raising a young son, and trying to maintain a relationship with her detached husband, James, Lauren Bell desperately needs some help in watching her newborn, Riley. Thinking she’s found the perfect solution, she hires her neighbor, Owen, to be their nanny. Owen is exactly what the Bells need and Lauren couldn’t be happier. It isn’t long, though, until Owen crosses the boundaries between hired help and man of the house.
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Terrible for Women…
Brain McAuley, the screenwriter, needs a clue. This could have been decent Lifetime faire, but the negative messages within it, can’t be ignored. What are those messages? How did I know this was written by a man, before I even looked? Well, here’s how – the cheating husband is the good guy, the overworked, cheated on, harried housewife is the idiot, the teenage son blames his mother for his father’s indiscretions, etc . That sounds like a man wrote it to me. This writer actually included a scene where the teenage son, tells his mother that she’s the one screwing up the family. She hires a manny (a trusted childhood friend) because her husband is too useless to fix the front door, & the baby is almost killed in the road. We never address these issues, the husband cheats, he’s never home, he leaves responsibilities (dangerous ones) undone. But she’s the one who screwed up the family?! She wouldn’t have been targeted by a sociopath, if she’d had a PARTNER to help. The writer is really saying she screwed it up, because she didn’t just accept her husband’s cheating, & lower her expectations with her him. If she’d just done those things, (& worked herself into an early grave) she wouldn’t have been targeted. Yet, we never address why she needed help to begin with (her husband’s absent & useless). With this much victim blaming of the mother, and terrible messages aimed at it’s target audience, this man BRIAN MCAULEY SHOULD NEVER WRITE FOR LIFETIME AGAIN! We, as women, should expect more for ourselves, and for our children. It is not ok to get cheated on, it’s not ok to teach our sons violence is the answer, it’s not ok to teach our sons women should put up with cheating & violence, it’s not ok, to put up with ANYTHING, just for the sake of the family. This movie, & those like it, perpetrate negative stereotypes, that men can’t help it, & women should just lower their expectations. Well, I’m tired of lowering mine, how bout you ladies?
Wacko male babysitter / maid
A woman who just had a baby hires a teen boy she used to babysit to help round the house. She knows him he isn’t a stranger so it wasn’t a foolish thing. Of course from the title he turns out to be obsessive over her.
The cast is nice to look at. Erin Cahill is pretty as the mom. The boy acts well.
One silly thing is that they made it like they couldn’t afford a new dryer with the hubby working so hard yet could pay for a manny. Also silly that the husband would resent the help so early on. Should have been grateful for the help.
The final showdown is a bit too dimly lit. There isn’t much explanation for the wacko’s obsession but there is a nice little twist at the end that ties things up.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Director Brian Herzlinger
Writer Brian McAuley
Actors Erin Cahill, Brady Smith, Jake Manley
Country United States
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