- Tyler Perry's movie is about a lady who was indicted for murdering her husband
- The new film has been described as a let down by fans after they spotted several mistakes which could have been avoided
- A change in the size of a wig and a screenshot instead of text message are some of the noticeable blunders
US celebrated movie producer Tyler Perry has received extreme ridicule after fans noticed avoidable blunders in his new release: A Fall From Grace.
The movie which premiered on Netflix has disappointed a lot of his fans as they said it was cheap and had ridiculous mistakes.
The movie is about a lady indicted for murdering her husband but her lawyer tries to find out if there was any conspiracy against her.
Fans went on Twitter calling out Tyler Perry for a shoddy job, asking that he allocates a better budget to future projects and avoid low budget ones.
Some of the most notable blunders include a scene where a character receives a text message but the phone screen shows a screenshot.
Another mistake involves the main character, Grace, whose wig size changes from one shot to the other appearing both bigger and smaller.
Here are some other blunders and remarks as called out by fans:
Teyler Perry had earlier boasted that the movie took only five days to film.
He said in those five days they shot two episodes which was a new milestone, considering people in Hollywood take seven days to shoot an episode.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the ace American actor, writer, producer, and director was congratulated for opening a N90 billion film studio in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Not only did Perry make himself proud, but he also made history by building the first fully black-owned studio in America.
The multi-talented actor shared the photos of the N90 billion studio on his Instagram page and revealed that the sound stages in the studio were dedicated to film legends of colour, including Whoopi Goldberg, Will Smith, Oprah Winfrey, Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, to mention only a few.
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