Burning Betrayal (Netflix) Review: I don’t know what has happened to Netflix that it is making such poorly written films and shows. In the last few months, I have discovered that Netflix has released various shows and films that have nothing to do with the story and other aspects. Another such example is “Burning Betrayal,” which was released today on Netflix.
I just finished watching the film, and here goes a detailed review of it. Please note that the film is around 90 minutes long and is not suitable to watch with family and kids. The film is not available in the Hindi dubbed version. Here is the full detailed review of the film.
The story of the film mainly revolves around Babi, who is about to marry her fiancé Caio. But just a day before her marriage, she came to know that her fiancé was cheating on her. In all of these, her company faces a legal issue, and in all these proceedings, she met with Marcos, who is also the judge in the case. From the day when Caio’s lies come out, Babi was being stalked, and someone also tries to kill her.
Now, who is behind all this and why he/she is doing this? To know this, you need to watch the whole movie on Netflix.
Coming to the analysis of the film, I don’t think the makers thought anything about the story of the film. There are thousands of loopholes in the film, and the story and logics in the film never make any sense. It looks like makers are just serving the film in the name of bold content, and there is nothing else in it. There was no thrill in the movie, no music, and nothing at all. The chemistry between the lead pair was also missing, and the film lacks almost everything.
Leandro Lima looks decent, and he is the only good thing about the film. Giovanna Lancellotti as the lead lady lacks that charm and spark in her character, and she looks like a missing character. Bruno Montaleone was forgettable in his small role. The rest of the characters in the film were also not up to the mark.
I am going with 1.5 out of 5 stars for the film. The film has nothing to offer, and it is a 90-minute-long disaster. Don’t waste your time on this film if you are looking for any story or logic in the film. If you just want some steamy sequences, you may watch the film on Netflix.
This was all about Burning Betrayal Review which was released today on Netflix. Drop your thoughts about the same in the comments.