“Til Death Do Us Part” falls far short of its potential and struggles to match the quality of films like “Ready or Not.” Directed by Timothy Woodward Jr., the film lacks coherence in both storytelling and world-building. It opens with a wedding scene, but the plot quickly becomes convoluted, leaving the audience disoriented.
The story follows a bride (Natalie Burn) who flees her wedding to a remote cabin after experiencing cold feet. Her groom’s friends arrive, sparking violence, and it’s revealed that the wedding involves an obscure syndicate of assassins. However, the film fails to provide clear rules or motivations for the characters’ actions.
The action sequences are poorly choreographed and hindered by shaky camera work. The dialogue is unpleasant, and the characters lack depth. Despite some effort from the cast, including Ser’Darius Blain, the film’s elements never come together, resulting in a tiresome and confusing viewing experience. “Til Death Do Us Part” ultimately fails to deliver on its action promises, leaving viewers longing for a divorce from the film’s dullness. Visit NetNaija for more!