Mini Review: Murder Mystery 2
Now private detectives launching their own agency, Nick and Audrey Spitz land at the centre of an international investigation when a friend is abducted.
Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, and Mark Strong
Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, 'Murder Mystery 2' is completely lackluster in plot, acting, and care. Almost completely forgettable from start to end, this film feels more like a bigger budget Hallmark film than anything Netflix would proudly publish. Sandler and Aniston are visible there for the paycheck and they definitely got it.
The plot is unbelievably forced with no sense of natural progression and makes the viewer feel stupider and stupider as it goes on. The actual Murder plot just does whatever it wants and forces you to understand how stupid it is.
As expected after the first one, this sequel breaks no ground in the genre especially when Netflix owns the better Mystery franchise in Knives Out.