‘Til Death Do Us Part’ Movie Review

When your marriage vows could mean your life.

An informative electrifying prolonged episode of ‘Snapped’ you would watch on Investigation Discovery channel about why women kill, Til Death Do Us Part is a movie about how domestic violence begins, why it prolongs, and what one woman does to escape it.

Michael and Madison Roland seem like the perfect couple, attractive, wealthy, well-liked and in love as they plan to spend the rest of their lives together until one day Michael starts to show controlling ways that turn abusive physically and verbally.

Madison (Annie Ilonzeh) decides to escape her abusive relationship with the help of her best friend by adopting a new identity and then meets Alex Stone (Taye Diggs) and finally gets the love she deserves, but their happily ever after is interrupted by Michael (Stephen Bishop) after he learns of her whereabouts and demands that, “if I can’t have you, no one can.”

It may seem like I have spoiled this film with details about the synopsis but I can assure you I haven’t because there are many twists that I didn’t even see coming.

The movie also has cameos from actress Draya Michele and actor Malik Yoba, with a very revealing statistic about how 76% of intimate partners physical violence victims are female.

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is the voice of victims and survivors. We are the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence. We do this by affecting public policy, increasing understanding of the impact of domestic violence, providing programs and education that drive that change.

Rated PG-13, 105mins, Til Death Do Us Part is now available on VOD, DVD, and Blu-Ray.

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