so i did it to myself and watched “a fall from grace“,
tyler perry’s new movie on netflix.
i was waiting for reviews,
but i was bored and wanted something to watch.
now i’ll give the good first (spoilers)…
the acting from crystal fox and claire huxtable was amazing.
they took that script and churned out good performances.
the bad: everything else.
now the plot twist at the end was good,
but it had a ton of random shit and plot holes after it was revealed.
Why would a cop leave two criminals handcuffed and tell them “stay there”?
How are you beaten to a bloody pulp with a bat,
but only have black eyes and some bandages wrapped around your head?
not only that,
strong enough to have a whole fight scene?
How are these 10 randoms handcuffed in this basement?
No one cared they were missing?
How did all those fireflies rise up after her spinning in one spot?
The first scene was a woman jumping from her death in that same house,
but you mean to tell me that they didn’t investigate the scene of the crime?
Crystal worked at a bank,
but over 300,000 went missing on her watch and she wasn’t arrested?
They simply fired her?
Why are 20 white folks present for your firing?
Why is your job computer with all your work shit open after you got some dick?
Why is Cecile Tyson the only person allowed not to be handcuffed in the basement?
How is Claire able to get another job after such a high profile situation?
Is that not national news?
Why was the set the same place I saw in “The Oval” and “Acrimony”?
it’s hard to be entertained when you’re left with questions,
especially when it doesn’t make any sense realistically.
not only that,
don’t even get me started on all the editing mistakes.
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tyler bragged about shooting the movie in 5 days,
but there was so much wrong.
How can a blatant script and a screen shot that was supposed to be a phone call get missed in post production?
this was worst than a starbucks cup during medieval times.
if the movie was about two older vixens,
one after a horrible divorce,
and having to pick herself back up,
that would have been a better plot.
“waiting to exhale” in your 50s,
maybe even getting scammed by a younger male in a less dramatic fashion.
“a fall from grace” just had too much going on.
lowkey: tyler’s first movie and “why did i get married” were the shit.
his work started getting way too dramatic after.