#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Owning a successful hair salon and about to be married to the man of her dreams, MIYA doesn’t think things can get any better. Things quickly begin to fall apart when she receives a wedding…
Plot: As Miya and her fiancé plan their dream wedding they are stalked by an eerie and dangerous veiled bride who is determined that Miya will never walk down the aisle.
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Misogynistic ad feminam Bertha Mason Gaslighting
The cast is attractive but from the 1st scene brunette & gaslighted Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre springs to mind. Bertha’s entrapment posited as security/care, purported insanity & how women are erroneously depicted as violent bullies, the anti-feminist flaws in feminist Jane Eyre are also present here.
The movie was a disappointment because of the misogynistic portrayal of the beautiful female protagonist, despite being visually magnificent. If u liked Jane Eyre and rooted for Rochester & 18yr Jane his daughter’s tutor to get together, get married, And despised Bertha then this is for you. If you like beautiful buildings, homes, architecture, greenery, Californian suburbs, well manicured hedges, shrubs like I do, you will be very very pleased with the look of the film, like I am.
It is worth watching for the picturesque POVs, the stunning women, general pulchritude of the film. I didn’t like Tom Cruise starring The Mummy for similar reasons. And Dr. Beck’s character in the 2 “Stalked by my doctor” movies. Mental illness is treated as anomalous & villainous; ‘bad guys’ are 1dimensional.
This isn’t Jane Eyre, so not a spoiler.
Crazy Good Excitement
A very exciting thriller with great acting by the main characters. Lori, the jilted almost-bride, is crazy; Hannah Barefoot plays the role perfectly. There is nothing more you want to do than warn the newly engaged couple, Ian and Miya, to watch their backs!
Writing Quality: Pretty solid. Definitely engaging throughout. Scare Factor: Not so much as the film focuses on the disturbing psyche of the villain rather than jump scares. There is one moment that really surprised me, when Ian and Lori are talking in her house–totally unexpected! Content (sex, language, & violence): No sex. Mild violence–more threatening like behavior than actual physical violence. Values & Themes: Relationship trust & commitment. Getting to the bottom of the truth. The penultimate scene is creatively chaotic. The ending is very happy, which I appreciate.
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Director Robert Malenfant
Writer Barbara Kymlicka
Actors Katie Leclerc, Jeff Schine, Hannah Barefoot, Ben Gavin
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