After her mom's death, Casey pulls away from everyone in her life, including her emotionally distant dad. With help from a magic spell, she tries to bring her mother back from the dead; instead, Casey's words accidentally awaken one of her least favorite toys: a statuesque Barbie clone named Eve. Things get worse when Casey's dad develops a crush on his daughter's living doll.
For the course of the film's running time we see an afraid young girl come to terms with profound loss by watching an inflated plastic doll with the body of a supermodel attract amorous attention from all who meet her including, of course, Casey's Dad. If there is a moral to be gleaned here, I'm not entirely sure what it is.
Full review here:
This movie was better than it should have been. It was surprisingly enjoyable for a TV movie, and had some decent writing as well.
Bonus: a couple of Evil Dead references that could have made this movie a LOT different...