Everyone loves a good mystery. From games like Clue to Guess Who? As we graduate from board games, we move on to books and read of mysteries big and small, like those depicted in the Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys stories. Eventually, we stop being interested in Scooby-Doo whodunits and decide that the only mysteries worth reading are those that involve the most serious of crimes: murder.
It got off to a good start. The story is in six parts and I'm really hoping that there is enough material to fill them all as effectively as the first episode. All too often these six-parters begin to sag, but with any luck it will be more like the brilliant and equally down to earth Happy Valley than Finding Alice. There are plenty of things to like about The Pact. The first is the setting.
This "whodunit" reboot flick hit the big screen in This crime drama thriller takes viewers on a train ride where there is one murderer, and everyone is a suspect. This movie is visually stunning, full of twists and turns, and has all the mystery any crime lover would find mesmerizing.