#FianceKiller and #IKilledMyBFF – TV Reviews

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Fiance Killer – Review

Fiance Killer – LMN – 2 hours and 0 minutes

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Brent is ready to marry Cameron.  A woman he has only known for a few months.  He bends over backward to impress her mother Nicole but just can’t win her over.  After seeing her frustration, Brent jokes about eloping and Cameron agrees.  Even though he knows Nicole will not be happy with the marriage, is girlfriend Alexa will be furious.  Especially since he got married on their anniversary.  Alexa did her research and learned that Cameron would inherit $3 million on her 25th birthday.  So, if she gets married and dies, her husband would get everything.  And Alexa will make Brent do anything to get her hands on Cameron’s money.  However, Alexa is starting to worry that Brent’s acting is becoming real and she is about to lose everything.  Including Brent.

Get ready to scream at Cameron.  This character makes the typical Lifetime mistakes.  Trusting to soon, talking about an inheritance, and arguing with evidence.  Even close to death, she still defends Brent.  It’s just too much to take at times.  I understand that she has to be a bit trusting.  But there is a thin line between trusting and dumb.  So watch this for Alexa and it will be more enjoyable.

I give it 3 out of 5 stars

Brent, don’t fail me – Alexa

I guess we know who’s buying dinner – Nicole

So how does it feel to be married to a bonified millionaire – Cameron

I love you Cameron – Brent

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I Killed My BFF: The Preacher’s Daughter – Review

I Killed My BFF: The Preacher’s Daughter – Lifetime – 2 hours and 0 minutes

I Killed My BFF: The Preacher's Daughter

With her partying days behind her, Lily is on God’s path.  Her father, who is a preacher, gives his full support to her lifestyle change.  Every moment in Lily’s life seems in order until her mother commits suicide.  Her twin brother Jason can’t be in the house now and starts partying more than usual.  One morning he brings home a woman named Rae.  Rae is trying to be good.  But in the past, she was so reckless that her daughter Scarlet left to live with her boyfriend’s family.  With Rae around, Lily starts to reminisce about her past and starts to let loose.  She starts drinking, taking pills, and arguing with her dad.  But when Jason dies with heroin in his system, Lily blames Rae.  Lily decides she should remove the demon out her life and use Scarlet to do it.

Be prepared, this story is a slow burner.  It spends more time on the relationship between Lily and her family before she descends into madness.  By doing this you get a sense of the broken bond within the family.  While religion plays a role in Lily’s fall, it could be a just a kink in the chain of perfection.  Everything Lily does, whether its partying or praying, is done perfectly.  The moment that perfection is questioned, she snaps.  And to add to the madness, Lily does the classic Lifetime stare at the end.  So while you don’t have to cancel plans to watch, you need to give this story your full attention.

I give it 3 out of 5 stars

Basically just smoking weed in my room – Jason

Have a good night – Scarlet

What’s to miss – Lily

Isn’t it hard to let go – Rae

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