It's been hard to think of anything good to write about Ring of Deceit and perhaps that only positive thing I could take from the movie was that Rebecca Mader's prettiness brightened the whole movie. That's about it...
The plot, about the mystery of the ownership of an antique ring, causes mayhem and murder is nothing original but had the screenplay been worked with a more accomplished mind could have made it more interesting. Instead viewers are treated to sub standard fare and clichéd actions.
The acting was quite terrible from everyone involved. Rebecca may look pretty but she is far from accomplished in acting and it showed on screen because rather than watching the screen character come to life you could see the actor attempting to act. I think the worst was when she got punched in the stomach in one scene and she was trying to cry out in pain but ended up grinning and laughing.
So, for a TV movie this has to be one of the worst I've seen. Watching a snail make it's way across a concrete slab of the sidewalk is more entertaining. And thought provoking.
Ring of Deceit
Ring of Deceit
Madison Byrne is a beautiful young art expert who tries to help Jack Singer, a wealthy patron of her museum, unlock the mystery of an antique ring. This ring may or may not have belonged to his family before being lost in WWII. As she inches closer to the truth, the danger grows and Madison begins to suspect that Jack may not be as innocent as he appears. Could he be a murderer, bent on revenge or is someone else killing to keep a more sinister secret? —Anonymous
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September 05, 2021 at 12:29 PM