|Table of Reviews|
Killer Ending – Review
Killer Ending – LMN – 2 hours and 0 minutes
Agatha has survived an abusive husband to become a semi-famous mystery writer. As she writes her latest novel, she drops her daughter off at college, gets an assistant, and threatens her manager. When Agatha can’t get in touch with her daughter Sarah for a few days, her assistant Caroline takes matters into her own hands. Caroline goes to Sarah’s dorm room to find broken glass, an upside down heart on the wall, and Sarah’s ex Jack strung up. She calls Agatha to report her findings and Agatha is floored. The crime scene is just like the one in her manuscript, her unpublished manuscript. She realizes someone has hacked into her computer and following her unpublished book in real time with her daughter as the victim. Agatha tries to use this knowledge to ensure her daughter safety by typing in lines about feeding the victim. But when someone else starts typing, Agatha and possibly Sarah are lost.
“Just call the cops” is a phrase you will be screaming from the beginning. Or “write he will return you daughter home alive” is something else you may say. But give this movie a chance. It has a lot of Red Herring and not-so-dumb cops. However, as the mystery of her daughter starts up, the mystery of her husband death starts to turn its ugly head. This will leave you truly questioning everything going on in the movie. That is the true mystery.
I give it 4 out of 5 stars
Well, you’ve come a long way since then – Agatha
I guess I disagreed with the agreement – Jack
Are you flirting with me – Caroline
Deadly Matrimony – Review
Deadly Matrimony – Lifetime – 2 hours and 2 minutes
Sara is a smart, funny lawyer who is doing something that makes everyone who knows her uncomfortable. She is marrying Leo. While he is very charming, Sara’s loved ones can’t get past the fact she has only known him for three months. But she is happy, so they keep their peace. After getting married, she hears a woman crying in the bathroom during the reception. She thinks is strange but brushes it off. A few days later, she checks her bank account and discovers all her money is gone and Leo has bought a plane ticket. She believes she has been hacked but some believe Leo did it. While she dreams of Leo’s dangerous side, she tries to keep her faith in her marriage. That is until Melinda comes knocking at her door. Melinda knows Leo as Sam: her husband. The man that took all her money and left her with nothing. Melinda wants Sara to join forces with her and take Leo/Sam down. But will Sara believe her?
Be prepared to yell at the TV. While watching the story unravel, don’t get furious with the lead character. She is just stuck in love. Even with every sign pointing to Leo being a crook, she keeps hoping there’s an explanation. Sara makes all the typical Lifetime mistakes when getting married (short engagement, ignoring friends warnings, ignoring spouse’s flaws). But she will become stronger and see Leo for who he truly is.
I give it 3 out of 5 stars
Well, that was easier than I thought – Sara
You know I really thought I wouldn’t have any trouble this time – Leo
I was emotional. What can I say – Melinda
Your husband – Cindy
Royally Ever After – Review
Royally Ever After – Hallmark – 2 hours and 0 minutes
Daniel is ready to ask Sara to be his wife. He knows he truly loves her and she him. But there is one thing he didn’t tell her. He is the crowned Prince of St. Ives, next in line for the throne. Even though he got Burt and Marie’s, Sara’s parents, permission, he still needs to get the Queen and King to accept her and his engagement. Once Sara learns Daniel’s true identity, her laughter leads to shock and awe. The moment Sara lands in St. Ives, she makes a string of faux pas. Sara believes that manners are keeping her from the Queen’s acceptance. But when she learns how much Daniel will give up for marrying a commoner, can she go through with the wedding?
This is one of those most unintentionally funny film Hallmark has to offer. It is funny without making fun of Sara and her family’s commoner ways. They are just being nice and welcoming in a frosty situation. It’s so easy to believe this is a true love story. The lead couple is amazingly connected and feed off of each other. This is one to watch. So get your tea warm, your DVR ready, and 2 hours of quiet to yourself. Enjoy.
I give it 5 out of 5 stars
They pay you for that – Prince Daniel
You and your American expressions – Sara
He’s in love. He’s not thinking. In that state who knows what he might do – Fiona
Is our luggage safe with them? I mean, I brought my good jewelry – Marie
Imagine living in a place where you don’t know how many bathrooms your have – Burt
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