Murder Mystery 2 Review: The story of the murderer’s search, the audience got cheated in ‘Murder Mystery 2’
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Producer: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Tripp Vinson, James D. Stern, James Vanderbilt, AJ Dix and Ellen Covert
Director: jeremy gearlick
Writer: James Vanderbilt
Artists: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Mark Strong, Melanie Laurent, Adeel Akhtar and Kuhu Verma etc.
Release on Platform: OTT netflix
Release Date: 31 March 2023
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Another example of this gimmick is the movie “Murder Mystery 2,” which has completely missed the mark. This sequel to the film “Murder Mystery 2” begins with the plot summary of the first film, so you don’t need to have seen that to enjoy this one.
Disturbed and shocked, Netflix. It faces pressure from all sides to expand outside of India, too, particularly in Africa, Arabia, and other nations. And the balloon that was inflated with a lot of effort frequently bursts, if the pressure is high. These days, Netflix is experiencing a similar situation in international markets. The Netflix management is hitting both arrows and sticks without those who can feel the customers in these markets. If the target is met, everything is good; if not, more jhunjhuna will be prepared for the shareholders.
Extension of a well-known narrative:
Another example of this gimmick is the movie “Murder Mystery 2,” which has completely missed the mark. This sequel to the film “Murder Mystery” begins with the plot summary of the first film, so you don’t need to have seen that to enjoy this one. As Nick and Audrey Spitz, who investigate a murder that only results in a string of murders, Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are well-known actors in the film Murder Mystery. For those who are unaware of this, it is still important to note.
Chamma Chamma Murder and a Wedding:
This also forms the basis of the movie “Murder Mystery 2.” Only this time, the movie opens with scenes from Chamma Chamma set to a variety of Punjabi songs and aristocrat weddings from previous Hindi movies. Nick and Audrey receive a call from the Maharaja they met in the previous movie as they study for the test needed to become a top detective. The couple receives a complimentary helicopter ride to the wedding, an iPhone, a tonne of free Indian clothing, and a sumptuous villa on an unidentified island. The mehndi ceremony must be followed by the wedding procession. The so-called groom riding on the elephant when it arrives at the mandap is not the Maharaja. And someone stabbed the person who was dressed as the bridegroom. “Murder Mystery 2” is now underway. Although Nick and Audrey try to cover the entire movie but neither the writer nor the director are able to bring it to a satisfying conclusion.
Without tension, “Murder Mystery”:
The characters that James Vanderbilt created for the comedy-thriller movie “Murder Mystery” are incredibly well-known and appear to be all around him. These characters were generally well-liked by the public, but in the movie “Murder Mystery 2,” they took the affection they received a little too seriously. Instead of focusing on the plot, the filmmakers put a lot of effort into making it lavish and opulent. The audience starts to lose interest in the movie after the first 20 minutes, when the plot shifts to the investigation of the murder and the rescue of the Maharaja from the kidnappers. The narrative then shifts to Paris, additionally an ex-MI6 spy. Action, emotion, and drama are present as well, but the suspense has been removed from the narrative.
Mediocre comedic thriller:
Additionally, “Murder Mystery 2” just plods along without a plot, like a movie without a head. Fans all over the world have taken an interest in Adam Sandler’s artwork. Additionally, he looks good in the sherwani designed for a Manyavar-style wedding. In addition to having a stunning appearance, Jennifer Aniston also needs to be intelligent. While Nick and Audrey struggle to find humour, the two quarrel. The tuning of both dialogues has a problem as well. Adil Akhtar as the Maharaja and Kuhu Verma as his sister try their best to stand out among the rest of the cast, but their antics are not amusing either.
Rating : 3/5
Author: Sangeeta Verma
Occupation: I am an Indian film critic and reviewer
Education: I have Bachelor’s degree in English Literature, Masters in Mass Communication
Career: I started my career as a freelance writer and film critic and continuing it. I have rich experience of about 10 years