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This made for TV film deserves the "Peanut Gallery" award
This made for TV film could not even decide on a title thus the two different movie titles "I Didn't Kill My Sister" and/or "Murder Unresolved". The killer plot of a well known TV newscaster named Carmen (Gina Holden) who dies under suspicious circumstances and is found by her assistant who also happens to the murdered woman's only sister Heather (Nicholle Tom) drowned in her own swimming pool is a whodunit for the peanut gallery.
Carmen was going through a divorce and child custody battle with her TV news co-anchor Mason (Chris William Martin). Of course Mason is involved in a love triangle with someone (I won't divulge) whom his murdered wife Carmen knew quite well. The keystone cop lead Detective Cruz (Sharon Taylor) has quickly established who the main suspect is in Carmen's murder and that is Carmen's only sister, her devoted assistant Heather who is portrayed as a submissive and dowdy woman who would not harm a fly and without a mean bone in her body.
So for approximately the next 80 minutes we the audience are subjected to witnessing this cheaply made peanut gallery neo-noir thriller watch the evidence continue to point solely towards the dead Carmen's sister Heather and the only one who can solve this crime is none other than the submissive and dowdy Heather herself.
I just wasted 90 minutes but I can recover from this waste of time by recommending this cheap film be awarded a big bag of peanuts and the annual Peanut Gallery award. I give the film a 3 out of 10 rating.
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