Murder Mystery


Action / Comedy / Crime / Mystery / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled43%
IMDb Rating6.010126819


Plot summary

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Luke Evans Photo
Luke Evans as Charles Cavendish
Adam Sandler Photo
Adam Sandler as Nick Spitz
Gemma Arterton Photo
Gemma Arterton as Grace Ballard
Jennifer Aniston Photo
Jennifer Aniston as Audrey Spitz
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English 2.0
24 fps
12 hr 0 min
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1.56 GB
English 2.0
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12 hr 0 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by PsychoBeard6668 / 10

I expected to hate this

Decent plot. Good performances. Jokes that land. Adam Sandler doesn't scream or shout once. Everything works. Very understated.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

chemistry is good

NYPD policeman Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) can't quite pass the detective test for the third time and hides it from his wife Audrey (Jennifer Aniston). She pushes him to go on an European vacation. She sneaks onto first class and encounters Viscount Charles Cavendish (Luke Evans) who invites the couple to a family gathering on his yacht. The family patriarch and Charles' uncle Malcolm Quince (Terence Stamp) announces that he's leaving his fortune to his new wife Suzi. He is murdered before he signs the new will. It's a wild weekend of Clue characters and it's a murder mystery. Inspector de la Croix immediately sees the Spitzes as his prime suspects and Nick has to solve the case with his wife.

I actually like Sandler and Aniston as a bickering middle age couple. I think they've found their sweet spot at this stage of their careers. They just need to make sure that they have a good story. This is almost there. I actually think that this would work better with a straight Agatha Christie murder mystery. Sandler and Aniston could be a new mystery solving team. They're the new Hart to Hart if it's done right. That's what's missing from this movie. The clues comes out of nowhere at the end and nobody cares about discovering the killer's identity. The chemistry is good and these characters could be good as long as the writing is good.

Reviewed by Prismark102 / 10

Without a clue

Adam Sandler now looking old gets another lame script out from the bottom of the barrel to comply with his Netflix deal.

At least he got Netflix to give him and his family a holiday to Europe.

Woody Allen and Diane Keaton have already starred in a murder mystery comedy. It was called Manhattan Murder Mystery. It was much better than this feeble effort.

It does not get a one star rating because it does have a laugh or two. There are more references to the Hay Fever drug Claritin than there are actual laughs.

Sandler plays New York beat cop Nick Spitz who once again fails his detective exams. He does not this to his hairdresser wife Audrey (Jennifer Aniston.) When she mentions that she expects something more than a gift card for her anniversary, he books a vacation to Europe.

On the plane Audrey meets Viscount Charles Cavendish (Luke Evans) who invites them to his luxury yacht. It is more enticing than their coach holiday. At a family gathering Uncle Quince (Terence Stamp) announces that he is leaving his entire fortune to his new wife and is then promptly murdered when the lights go out.

French detective Inspector de la Croix inexplicably and without any evidence or motive decides Nick and Audrey are the main suspects. As both try to clear their names the bodies pile up further.

The film aims to be an Agatha Christie pastiche but it fails. It is just stupid, unfunny and bland.

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