Deadly Honeymoon

  • Paul Shapiro (2009)
  • US
  • 89 min
Deadly Honeymoon
Film Review
Reviewed By
2 out of 5

Appearances are deceptive in this otherwise routine mystery thriller in which a honeymooning male passenger goes missing during a Hawaiian cruise. Conveniently, a holidaying FBI agent (Zoe McLellan from TV's Dirty Sexy Money) is on board to investigate after a night of partying turns nasty for apparently madly-in-love newlyweds Summer Glau (Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles) and Chris Carmack. What follows is a superficial and rather unexciting police procedural affair, jazzed up with wedding-video inserts and blurry, CSI-style witness flashbacks to form a speculative picture of the fatal events. Heavy-handed character stereotyping provides a few, obligatory red herrings, only for the film's supposed twists to become increasingly obvious thanks to Glau's unnaturally blank-faced performance.

Plot Summary

Crime drama starring Summer Glau and Chris Carmack. A ship's security officer calls upon the help of an FBI agent when one of his honeymooning passengers disappears during a cruise.

Cast and crew

Cast

Lindsey
Summer Glau
Trevor
Chris Carmack
Gwen Merced
Zoe McLellan
Sherrick
Erik Palladino
Ship captain
Mark Harelik
Kim
Emily Foxler
Ben
Adam Tsekhman
Luka
Peter Katona
Joel Ross
MIchael Cowell

Crew

Director
Paul Shapiro

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
Edited for language and drug abuse.
Categories
Drama