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      Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery

      TV-G 2015 1h 30m Mystery & Thriller List
      Reviews 45% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Master sleuth Aurora Teagarden (Candace Cameron Bure) must find a copycat killer who targets members of a crime-buff club. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Audience Member The replication of old murders. The second film in the Aurora Teagarden film series, based on the first book. I liked it better than the previous one. That film was a little simpler, like everything happened in a small circle of setting. In this, there's no a major leap, but slightly extended, either it be characters or the story that takes us to the places. Lived up to the expectation, but as I always say, for the television standards and in particular keeping in mind the women audience. Because Hallmark might be exploring the crime related themes lately, but it always remains a women's favourite channel. It was just a second film, but as I observed in these two, I think showing a blurred very brief crime event at the opening is its trademark. In this tale, the killing follows a pattern. The pattern of old murders, mostly from Europe. A woman got murdered at the beginning and then as usual Aurora jumps in to investigate on her own, despite warnings from the cops not to involve. It seems this time her reporter friend is on her side. Not much helpful in solving the crime, but on the reverse side, it's Aurora, whose tip off impacts her from a possible danger. What major change I unexpected was the romance part. I don't know what happened to that church guy she was dating, but now it's with a mystery novelist, who's also a temp university professor called Robin Daniels. They together do all the latest case related work, since it could be helpful for his future novels. The regular monthly 'Real Murders Club' members meet up and so that's where the question begins that the killer could be one of the members who just recreating the group's case study. That leaves out strangers involving in this matter. But who is it and why he/she's doing it are the remaining narration to unfold. ?Is she always two steps ahead of everybody else?? They had retained the same director for this film as well. I think he did well. I don't recognise Candance Cameron Bure suppose if I had seen her in any films before, but she was good so far in this film series. Looks she's one of the best television actresses. The supporting cast too was not bad. Shot in the nicest places, good dialogues and the fine scene transitions. The mystery was well maintained. I thought I had guessed, but like most of the time I was wrong. Not because I did not see it coming, but they hid that precious twisty part/character to bring on at the best section of the film, which's the finale. I would say the new boyfriend was one of the best things happened in this. If you watch it, you would know why. You know, in a crime- mystery, maintaining the plot is very important. At a same time revealing a few details on the other end must go on. This was a short film like nearly 80 minutes. An average runtime for any television film. Then the pace of the storytelling was good, followed by the list of possible suspects and possible future victims puzzling around. Simply to say, it was not a very intelligent crime solving film, but good enough to enjoy, especially the whole family together without restriction of age. Comparing the first film, it was less dramatic, but more tense, moving quickly from one scene to another. Not everything was perfectly done. There was a scene that looked intentional. It was a scene, finding an evident and then they succeeded. There's nothing wrong in it, but they simplified it, to move on to the next level of the investigation. From all, leaned too much on or you could say depended on the character Aurora. That's the title, that's what you might expect and so they gave it. Overall, a win-win kind of film for both the viewers and the makers. They did well for the second time, so I'm expecting the same for the third as well. Watch it if you had finished the first. Meanwhile, I'm getting ready for the next review in this film series. 7/10 Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Like the first, it is a bit cheesy but I enjoyed it. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/15/23 Full Review Audience Member The story is ok. The actors and actresses are generally good. The dialogue of Aida is horrendous. She tells a 30 something daughter that "her activities are not wholesome and inappropriate?? Who do you know that actually speaks that way to their fully adult daughter?? Otherwise it is good as are the others. Sadly, the dialogue for Aida doesn't get better with time. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/22/23 Full Review Audience Member Another who did it mystery! A great movie that the whole family can watch together and keeps you interested! Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/22/23 Full Review Audience Member A solid sequel and a fun continuation of the many adventures of librarian Aurora Teagarden. The whole real murders club is back for another round of murder and mayhem. Aurora's new love interest is also very enjoyable. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/13/23 Full Review Audience Member Although this is the second movie in the Aurora Teagarden Mystery series, the storyline actually follows the first book in the series. Knowing this, I don't think it matters that they switched around the order. Once again, Candace Cameron Bure, does a wonderful job in portraying the main character. I love that she is so intelligent, as well as being a bit sweet, but with nerves of steel. The new love interest in this movie, a mystery writer, balances her out perfectly. He's intelligent too, but uses a bit more caution when it comes to heading into a dangerous situation. I enjoyed the mystery itself as well, although I knew early on who the killer was, because of a remark that was made, and it just seemed really out of place. But since there was so many deaths/crimes it was interesting to try to figure out how each one was accomplished. And the twist at the end really made up for figuring out who the killer was early on. Aurora's relationship with her old boyfriend's wife changed a bit by the end of this movie, and I'm glad it did. Although there's still some tension, it wasn't as catty as it had been. I was also amused again by seeing books by Charlaine Harris during a scene that took place in the library. If you weren't aware, this series, along with Sookie Stackhouse series (aka True Blood), and the Midnight, Texas series which is coming to TV later this year (you can read my reviews here, here and here) were all books written by Charlaine Harris. If you enjoy reading Cozies, or like watching mysteries without blood and gore, then you should give the Aurora Teagarden mysteries a try. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/14/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Master sleuth Aurora Teagarden (Candace Cameron Bure) must find a copycat killer who targets members of a crime-buff club.
      Martin Wood
      Jamie Goehring
      Teena Booth, Charlaine Harris
      Production Co
      Lighthouse Pictures, Muse Entertainment Enterprises
      Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Aug 10, 2016
      1h 30m
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