McBride: Tune in for Murder

2005

Crime / Drama / Mystery

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IMDb Rating 6.8 10 205

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Cast

James T. Callahan as Judge Gross
Jack Conley as Paul Belsen
Bridget White as Leslie Summers
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
779.52 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 3 / 12
1.41 GB
1920*1072
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 6 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blanche-2 6 / 10

Laroquette is great but oy, the script

The Hallmark mystery series needs better mysteries. This one, "Tune in for Murder" in the McBride series is rotten. I mean, the evidence -hello. So obviously fake.

John Laroquette is delightful as McBride, and I think he does a bit of ad-libbing as well, but this sort of thing is beneath him. It's definitely for the Perry Mason crowd and might be entertaining if they could spiff up the script some.

In this episode, a shock jock hated by all is murdered, and his nice guy partner is accused. McBride is brought in as the defense attorney for what his some time girlfriend, a homicide investigator portrayed nicely by Marta Dubois, claims is a slam-dunk case. She's got some nerve. McBride, of course, discovers plenty that the police missed.

Other episodes in the McBride series have been better. There is a nice device where, while someone is relating a past situation pertaining to the murder, McBride actually appears in the reliving, asking questions.

Unlike "Mystery Woman," the pace of McBride is okay, but if I were Laroquette, I'd ask for tighter scripts. I don't care how desperate a D.A. is for a conviction - even they wouldn't have accepted this evidence as the real thing.

Reviewed by lefevden 7 / 10

McBride's musical background

We are fans of the McBride show which is very entertaining indeed. We appreciate the quality of the actors and the scripts. However, we must confess that this tuneless "musical" background that goes on and on and on during the show and is usually louder than the characters' voices gets so annoying that we need to change channels after a while. Our attention keeps getting attracted to that sound whereas we should concentrate on the script. We have tried to get accustomed to it to no avail and we decided that we should inform you about this. We understand that music is a complement to a movie or a show but when it does become overwhelming to a point that the only thing you hear are those loud discordant sounds, we thought of sending this comment to the director of the show through you. If we recall correctly, it seems we did watch McBride some time ago with real pleasure when this background was not used. Thank you for your attention.

Reviewed by donniezz 1 / 10

Agatha Christie it ain't

A drunk Barny Fife could have figured this one out in 5 minutes. One man tries to frame another man for a murder by killing a mutual co-worker. He then calls the "fall-guy" to come to the "co-worker's house. He then calls the cops with an awful sliced together tape. But get this -he doesn't even leave the murder weapon at the scene of the crime! Now the framed man is caught at the scene with the dead man at his feet. Sounds like an open and shut case right? But where is the murder weapon? The police don't seem to mind that this would be impossible and go ahead with the prosecution. McBride easily gets the defendant off the hook. OK never mind, just don't watch it if it ever comes on again.

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