MURDER MADE EASY REVIEWED
“Murder Made Easy” feels like it could’ve been so much more. Watching a widow and her husband’s best friend come together over murder is touching. However, I wanted to see something with more bite. I get that they hate the dead husband’s crappier fans. However, where is the focus? The audience is asked to take attention away from the couple to focus on the murders. Then, the victims start getting all of the attention.
There are so many ideas thrown at the wall and nobody really quite hangs it together. Still, it has enough going for it to be enjoyable. Check it out.
- Not Rated
- 1 hr and 16 mins
RELEASE DATE: 6/14/18
The Plot Thus Far
Murder Made Easy is Agatha Christie for a new generation!
Best pals Joan (Jessica Graham) and Michael (Christopher Soren Kelly) host an elaborate dinner party for their dearest friends to remember the passing of Joan’s husband Neil. As each guest arrives they find their very lives are on the menu to protect a secret that links them all.