Til Death Do Us Part

Movie review by Michael Ordona, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

Menace, domestic violence in slow thriller/drama.

PG-13 2017 101 minutes

Parents say

age 17+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 14+

Based on 1 review

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age 17+

Take off another film

This is the same as sleeping with the enemy,not as good as sleeping with the enemy,with Julia roberts,can’t believe it’s a take off of that,nearly the exact same film it’s a joke lol
age 15+

Srsly?

Ok, this movie is almost terrible! Lol! In fact-- it's nothing but a bunch of almosts .The acting is almost bad-- the plot is almost ridiculous-- the writing is almost horrible the direction is almost awful.... The whole first part of the movie moves way to quickly and it's pretty ridiculous from beginning to end. I don't want to be a plot spoiler, so I won't say too much, but what happens doesn't have a good reason to happen and everything that follows that, is preposterous. Things happen in the plot that don't have to happen --and things * don't* happen that *should* happen. 10 minutes into the movie you'll find yourself asking, "who wrote this crap?" And why in African-American movies, do the characters have to live in such a lavish homes!? They practically live in castles in every single movie! ! The husband in this particular movie isn't even a partner yet at his law firm and he lives, like, in Windsor Castle! If *he* lives -*there*, where do the actual Partners live--- The Taj Mahal? ! I'm just glad I didn't see this film in a theater, like I wanted to, at the time of its release! I would have seriously wanted my money back. It wasn't *nearly* as bad as the movie, "Trois," , which was laugh- out- loud bad,( ask the three guys that were sitting behind me, howling.!!....lol) but don't waste your time seeing this one. One and a half stars. Which means, almost .......something.....

Movie Details

  • In theaters: September 29, 2017
  • On DVD or streaming: December 4, 2018
  • Cast: Annie Ilonzeh, Taye Diggs, Stephen Bishop
  • Director: Chris Stokes
  • Studio: Novus Content
  • Genre: Thriller
  • Run time: 101 minutes
  • MPAA rating: PG-13
  • MPAA explanation: thematic elements involving domestic abuse, violence, some sexuality and language
  • Last updated: March 31, 2022

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