Till Death – Thriller
Category – Movie
Content – When Emma gets in trouble with the law, she ends up marrying her savior out of loyalty instead of love. Never a good idea. But, one anniversary and a romantic trip to their lake house could change all that and put the marriage back on track. Unfortunately, after a night of romance, Emma awakes to her hand being handcuffed to her husband as he abruptly shoots himself in the head. While dragging his lifeless body around the house, Emma finds herself in a well thought out plan by her husband. And when the man that she had gotten in trouble with the law shows up, she realizes she is in for a fight for her life. Will she get out alive? This movie definitely has a unique story line, which is nice to see these days. However, the story did seem to drag in parts and needed a bit more. This scores a 6 out of 10.
Acting – Megan Fox leads the cast as Emma, and the movie is truly based on her character and her acting. While she is no academy award winner (yet), she holds her own as she carries the film. Her convictions could be stronger, but she can grow into that as an actress. We should all keep watching her to see if she can come into her own as a strong actress. Eoin Macken plays her husband Mark, and I must say that the movie would have been hard to film had he been actually dragged around a house for the majority of the movie. Our bad guys are played by Callan Mulvey and Jack Roth – both do a good job, not great. I would have liked to see more of a menacing demeanor within these guys, and their personal issues were a bit much to take. I think we needed stronger actors in this one! Score is 6 out of 10.
Duration – 88 mins. Quick timing for this thriller, and yet the movie dragged a bit. I understand we needed to see that the entire suicide was an elaborate plan, but it just needed a bit more substance. This gets a 6 out of 10.
TOTAL INDEX for Till Death – 18 out of 30
Recommended Watch – If you are a Megan Fox fan, give this a GO. She is pleasant enough to watch and this isn’t the worst film in the world (by far)!