Murder (She Hopes)! Audio Film Review of ‘Moving On’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of audio film review for the newly released “Moving On,” a dark comedy featuring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin of “Grace and Frankie.’ Currently in theaters, since March 17th.

Fonda is Claire, a woman heading to the funeral of a college friend, and Tomlin is Evelyn, a mutual friend of both the dead woman and Claire. When they arrive, Claire tells Evelyn she is going to kill Howard (Malcolm McDowell), the dead woman’s husband, for a heinous past transgression. Evelyn has secrets of her own, but eventually gives in to the plot of murder, and the two try to figure out how to complete the assignment.

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Audio Film Review of “Moving On” by Patrick McDonald of …

”Moving On” is currently in theaters. Featuring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Malcolm McDowell, Sarah Burns and Richard Roundtree. Written and directed by Paul Weitz. Rated “R” senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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