dirty: at first murder mystery, the Netflix subscribers meet Nick (Adam Sandler) and Audrey (Jennifer Aniston), a married couple who discover an innate talent for solving mysteries together, after finding themselves in the middle of an Agatha Christie adventure aboard a European yacht. (Okay, maybe it’s no surprise that Nick would be interested in solving mysteries, since he was a New York City cop, but hey, Audrey was a hairdresser, that’s a big deal for her.)
in murder mystery 2We discover that the Spitzes have left their previous jobs to become full-time private investigators, with varying degrees of success. Mill gets to them though, and so when their old friend Vikram (Adeel Akhtar) invites them to invite them to his lavish wedding on a private tropical island, they see it as an opportunity to relax and also reconnect with their own marriage. .
Of course, murder and kidnapping later, Nick and Audrey have a new case to solve, one that will take them back from the tropics to Europe (France, this time), and lead to a certain amount of chaos – and yes, with a few dead bodies along the way.
It is definitely better than I now pronounce you Chuck and Larry: It’s interesting to analyze the Adam Sandler era on Netflix on a number of levels these days, as the longtime comedy star has released no shortage of movies via said deal that fail to reach the raw fun of his first works. (More than three decades into the movie, and it’s still my favorite Sandler movie Happy Gilmorealthough I fully admit to being strong Uncut gemstones.) Yet, in gleefully defying almost everything Rotten Tomatoes might say, he continues to star in comedies and stand-up movies that could have made it to the big screen, but now live on streaming.
Some of his movies on Netflix have already received stronger reviews than those projects Just go with it And mixed, which leads to an existential question: If one were to see this sequel in theaters, would it feel like it was on par with Sandler’s classics? This question is irrelevant since this movie only exists because of Netflix’s huge deal with Sandler to keep making these movies, however murder mystery 2 Certainly not the biggest embarrassment of his career.
after watching murder mystery 2, words that come to mind are similar to how you would describe your boyfriend’s new boyfriend, after talking to him for five minutes at a party – “Oh yeah, he was really funny” or “He seemed nice enough, I had fun meeting him.” Granted, the viewer gets 90 minutes, not five, to spend with Nick and Audrey, but the takeaway is similar: unobjectionable, at times amusing, and easy to even forget. The next time you see your friend murder mystery 3.