Lily is surrogate for a couple, Monica and Brad, and they need a nanny. Enter Jen, Monica's sister, who is going through a messy custody battle was supposed to fill that role. But Jen's been acting out of control and they pick Lily, instead. Did the couple make the right choice? You'll have to tune in to find out. Good acting and script. Definitely worth a watch!
A Baby at any Cost
A Baby at any Cost
When a couple hires their surrogate to nanny, their bond grows tight, making the sister-in-law increasingly jealous. Soon a web of distrust, lies and mystery entangles the three women, resulting in danger and near death when one of them crosses the lines to get the child, the husband and the suburban life she always coveted.
November 26, 2022 at 09:11 PM
Another baby movie from Lifetime!
When Jen is watching ruby from her car her mobile rings. Monica is calling her but it actually comes up as Jen on the phone. Therefore it looks like she is phoning herself.
I actually liked this one
Let me start by saying the acting was decent and the plot was just a bit more intriguing than most "psycho nanny" movies.
A couple has a baby via surrogate-- a young woman named Lily (who kind of looks like Misha Barton) who has supposedly been a surrogate once before. They found her while she was doing temp work for the husband. The wife, Monica is a lawyer and has a difficult past with her sister Jen and is also representing her in her custody battle. Jen has been acting erratically and has a hot temper, so Monica and her husband choose Lily to also be the baby's nanny.
Strange things occur, including a near fatal accident. Is Jen that jealous and spiteful or is someone else (or more than one...?) plotting against Monica?
This is not a cinematic masterpiece but it kept me entertained more than usual due to the strange dynamic between a few of the characters.