The Last Letter (2013)

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Sharon Leal and Omari Hardwick head an all-star cast in this twisted, psychological thriller as newlyweds Catherine and Michael. The couple's marriage is threatened by Michael's ... See full summary »


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2 February 2015 | mms-515
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| Extremely Disappointing
Netflix billed this as a "twisted, psychological thriller" and with a quality cast, I thought this MUST be at least good. Right? WRONG! This movie was slow, predictable and full of holes. It made very little sense. I kept waiting for the "thriller" but there was nothing thrilling about this movie at all. It was a huge waste of time and the ending was abysmal. Normally I would say "they could have made it a little better IF..." but the story is so weak I can't imagine they could have improved on it anyway. I can't find one positive thing to say about this flick. Wait... there is one positive; at least I didn't waste my money at the theater.


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