Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well

2006

Crime / Drama / Mystery

2
IMDb Rating 6 10 316

Synopsis


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Cast

Lea Thompson as Cathy Davis
Jessy Schram as Susan Davis
Joe Penny as Frank Darnell
William R. Moses as Jack Davis
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1 hr 24 min
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1 hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blanche-2 6 / 10

the one about the missing list of government agents

How many times have we seen a film or TV show where a list of entrenched spies has been stolen? "Skyfall" comes to mind, hardly the first. "Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well" is also about a list of spies placed internationally who are about to be exposed, but this time, the list is in someone's head. He's been kidnapped, and Jane is called in by agent Frank Darnell to take off her housewife hat and put on her agent one. Her cover is that she works for a company that invents games, and the name she uses at CSA is - right, Jane Doe.

This time around, Jane's mother, glamorous and still gorgeous Donna Mills, comes to visit, and it turns out that she, too, is a CSA agent about to be retired due to her age.

This series debuted with Mystery Woman and one other, and I always liked this series best. That isn't saying a heck of a lot, but it moves a little faster; the cast, with Thompson, Joe Penny, and Billy Moses, is better; and the stories are usually puzzles (though this one really wasn't) that Jane is brought in to solve. I'd say it's Scarecrow and Mrs. King meet Banacek. What doesn't work are the family scenes. As long as they stay out of the house, the series moves along.

Thompson and Penny really contribute to the charm and liveliness in this series. It's a Sunday afternoon kind of show, mindless entertainment with attractive stars.

Reviewed by Jo_Blo_Movie_Critic 5 / 10

Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well

5/10 - intense Hallmark mystery seems to have lost some of what made the series so good to begin with

Reviewed by tub51461 5 / 10

The mysteries are always very good! However, character development this series lacks!

I shouldn't be surprised considering this is a TV movie from a weak network like Hallmark. I have no issues with any of the storylines here included, but and I will only suggest this once on a TV episode of the movie series. If you're a spy or secret agent which they'd like to showcase Jane Does as, no one ever should know who you work for or what your code name is ever. I watched 7 episodes yesterday and only briefly did in the first episode and this one did she act completely secretive with her identity. From the moment, Lea Thompson's Cathy Davis revealed Jane Doe, CSA agent, to a witness I knew that would come back to bite her and boy it did so in some occasions. Michael Weston of Burn Notice played by Jeffrey Donovan is a true spy. Jane Doe/Cathy Davis is a free wheeling puzzle solver with a badge and rare use of anonymity. That being said, Lea Thompson otherwise did a good job as an investigator. Frankly, that's all I can say about her role.

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