Wicked Wicked Games

TV review by Lucy Maher, Common Sense Media
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age 16+

Clichéd primetime soap is bent on revenge.

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Addictive

Make no mistake about it; this is The Tatum O'Neal Show. What fun it must be playing a psycho who humiliates, tortures, and even murders anyone who stands in her way. The acting is suprisingly good by all the other main characters as well. Great plot twists and juicy storytlines have earned Wicked Wicked Games a rightful slot in my daily TiVo recording.

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