25 May 2018 | Reel_Reviews
The Wrong Movie
I'm all for Lifetime movies (saw this on Lifetime Movie Network) but this one was absolutely horrible, from acting to too many holes in the movie.
As the summary says, Rebecca and Brian move into a new house in which strange things start happening from food they didn't order being delivered to their house, to exterrminators being called because of a rat problem they say they don't have. They soon learn whose behind all of these "pranks".
Issue one.If you say you didn't order food that's being delivered to your house, you shouldn't, nor would you pay for it, yet, Brian pays $57 for four pizzas and $42 for Chinese food.
Issue two: When they call the police about what's been taking place a detective shows up. When does a detective take a report for
non-emergency, non violent issues? Detectives are usually assigned important cases. Not petty stuff like food being delivered and exterminators being called.
Issue three: When the detective goes to Brian and Rebecca's house and finds the door open, why doesn't he announce he's the police or he's a detective instead of shouting "Hello! Anyone home?"
And don't get me started on the unnecessary dramatic music through out the movie. Every scene in the movie had music.
This is one of those movies where the synopsis sounds great, but the execution was horrible.
I don't recommend this movie to anyone...not even if you're bored and this the only thing on TV.