#10YearReunion – Review

10 Year Reunion – LMN – 2 hours and 0 minutes

10 Year Reunion

Five friends (Carlie, Patty, Erica, Abby, and Rose) decide to put their biggest secrets in a time capsule and open it on their 10 year reunion. But only Abby will know where the capsule and it’s key are hidden. Soon after, the friends attend the final party before graduation, where Abby falls ill and dies. 10 years later, Carlie, Patty, Erica, and Rose meet for their reunion. Carlie reminds everyone of the time capsule, but everyone wants to leave it the past. Carlie agrees until she learns that Abby did not die of alcohol poisoning, but of a drug overdose. Anyone who knew Abby, knows she would never take drugs; so Carlie believes she was murdered. Carlie knows that finding the time capsule and it’s key may unlock the real killer. But can she find the items? She will have go on hunt … while someone is hunting her.

Finally, Lifetime got a mystery right!!!! This has more misdirection than Pretty Little Liars and all the drama that has made Lifetime famous (FTC Affiliate Disclaimer). You will sit on the edge of your seat trying to piece together the clues. But the “why” makes this story even better. It can get a little confusing knowing who’s who, but stick with the story. Their younger selves (which provide the back story) are only on screen for 5 minutes. So when they become adults, it’s hard to keep track of the 4 women. But hang in there, it will be worth it. And you will want to watch it twice with a big glass of wine.

I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars

At some point you have to love yourself enough to fight for life – Patty

Life is a constant work in progress – Erica

Take it easy champagne Sally, it’s only noon – Rose

X marks the spot – Carlie

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5 replies »

  1. Saw the movie last night. Loved it! The characters were cast perfectly. It kept me on the edge of my seat. My husband also loved it. Except for the blood at the end, it was okay for the kids to watch. The movie didn’t show any skin or use bad language. Amazing these days a movie can be good without it! That shows real writing talent. I want to watch it again.


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