AGATHA CHRISTIE’S MUR­DER IN 3 ACTS (1986) 7TWO, 2PM, PG, MYS­TERY

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In one of his most baf­fling cases, Her­cule Poirot, Agatha Christie’s em­i­nent de­tec­tive, vis­its a lux­u­ri­ous Mex­i­can villa and gets a front-row seat for a seem­ingly im­pos­si­ble se­ries of mur­ders. ★★★ tar­get this time is the teen vam­pire phe­nom­e­non and, in par­tic­u­lar, the Twi­light se­ries. Teenager Becca Crane (Jenn Proske) finds her­self torn be­tween two boys, Ed­ward Sullen (Matt Lan­ter) and Ja­cob White (Chris Riggi). With prom night loom­ing she must make her de­ci­sion and grap­ple with a few other de­mons along the way. Fans of this dis­pos­able com­edy will revel in the cheap laughs and en­joy spot­ting their favourite characters. ★

Dumb fun: Jenn Proske and Matt Lan­ter in

Vam­piresSuck.

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