Suicide Note (2016) is a English movie. Jake Helgren has directed this movie. Kirby Bliss Blanton,Brant Daugherty,Lexi Giovagnoli,Stephen Colletti are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Suicide Note (2016) is considered one of the best Thriller movie in India and around the world.
When ambitious young, 21-year old psych student Molly White wakes up to discover her roommate Emma has committed suicide, she discovers only a suicide note detailing the devastating last moments of Emma's life. But when Molly begins to see haunting visions of Emma's death, Molly starts to suspect there is much more to Emma's suicide than meets the eye.
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Lifetime thrillers have been getting better and less predicable recently but this movie isn't one of them. Instead it seems like things are going back to the earlier days of predicable plots. Kirby Bliss Blanton is the pretty psych major who's dorm mate commits suicide or did she get pushed? She goes after the deceased girl's boyfriend (Stephen Colletti of Laguna Beach). But of course it's not him. Brant Daugherty of Pretty Little Liars plays Kirby's boyfriend. The direction is simplistic and the acting too obvious with laughable changes in facial expression. But the thing that sinks this movie is the villain is just too obvious from the beginning. The way the plot unfolds seems like a reading of a script. Not one of the better ones.
This was a good movie, definitely something that belongs to the Lifetime channel. However, I found a lot of predictable moments and even some areas that just seemed like the acting was worse than others. If you need something to watch to pass the time then it's good for that. I think this movie needed either a better cast or perhaps some better acting that involved feeling. At times it was obvious the actors were detached from the characters. Outside of those problem areas, the movie was good to pass some time. I didn't feel the need to turn the channel, which means it held my attention well enough which can be hard to do sometimes.
I wouldn't even say that all the actors involved are bad as someone else suggested, but the script is way to badly written. Dialog but also the "suspense" of it. Not that I think there is any - except maybe for the why. Though even that is so easy to see through. There is still no conviction for the act(s) and the confrontation at the end feels like a bad joke. But if you've suffered through the whole thing, you'll probably will stay for the rest. Even an ending where you wonder why it's there if nothing happens ... it's like they wanted to fill in a couple more minutes. Completely unnecessary and does not do any favors to the movie - let alone to the viewers. There are thrillers and movies in general who deserve your attention - this is not one of them
I am warning in advance that this has spoilers. This is as predictable, uninspired film. I guessed the killer from the start, and I suspect many others will also be able to do so. Brant Daugherty, though extremely handsome, gives a weak performance. He has a moment or two near the end where he's slightly interesting, but that's it. The lead actress is typical Lifetime variety, as is most of the cast. Her best friend, Irene, played by Lexi something or other, is a bit better, showing some spunk at least. Realism goes out the window, as is typical with these types of films- detectives seemingly dismiss and ignore things that might be important. The, SPOILER ALERT, death at the end, by way of a paintbrush? to the neck, is incredibly stupid, as is the fact the professor didn't seem disturbed to find the heroine near a dead body. Why would they instantly believe this girl, roommate of the dead girl, in a room with TWO dead bodies, is innocent? The girl's boyfriend was sleeping with her dead roommate, that alone would make her a suspect.
If "The Suicide Note" had actually been about suicide, it might have been a good movie to show to high school students, though these kids are in college. Actually it's more of a whodunit with some red herrings, as a psych student tries to find out who killed her roommate. The roommate allegedly killed herself, leaving a note. First to come under suspicion is her boyfriend, with whom she had fought. You'll figure out who did it in the first fifteen minutes. I found the acting typically Lifetime, not great. These actors could have used more help from the director. They're young, and some of them probably acted as children, then as teens, and are transitioning into adult roles. Basically they learn to act in front of us. The film merely touched on the reasons for young people committing suicide and didn't go very much in depth. Frankly I would have given it a different title.