I don't often watch Lifetime movies but this movie seem interesting being that it was based on a true story. I thought that it was written very well and I also liked the way that the writer gave the three different character perspectives. That aspect of it drew the viewer in and also gave a suspenseful aspect in the fact that you didn't know who's version of the story was the truth. It was a very different roll for Melissa Joan Hart in that she played a grandmother. Her character was stoic but compassionate. The other actors were well cast and did a wonderful job in bringing the story to life. I do recommend this movie.
Reviewed by brandyfummerton10 / 10
Would You Kill For Me: The Mary Bailey Story was an excellent movie. It tells the story of an abusive man who was shot at home from three perspectives: the mother, her 11-year-old daughter and her grandmother who lived with them. We see each person's viewpoint through court testimony and flashbacks, which was a very interesting format. It was cool to see how three people could view the same event and people differently. The acting in the movie was superior, especially the main 4 family characters. The abuse scenes were so well done and believable that it was actually a little hard to watch at times. It was a very moving and powerful movie that I highly recommend.