Miss Fisher And The Crypt Of Tears

Miss Fisher And The Crypt Of Tears

Miss Fisher And The Crypt Of Tears

Australian mystery-adventure, based on the ABC TV show and original novels by Kerry Greenwood. After freeing a young Bedouin girl from imprisonment in Jerusalem, Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis) begins to unravel a decade-old mystery concerning priceless emeralds, ancient curses and the truth behind the suspicious disappearance of Shirin's forgotten tribe.

2020Rating: M, Violence101 minsAustralia
AdventureDramaMystery

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Reviews & comments

Die hards maybe

It's a 30min plot padded to a movie. Movie takes forever to even get to the plot. The editing is all over the place. There's some fun here and there but overall it feels like an overly long slog of an episode. You're missing nothing by waiting to see it later.

1.0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

As a classic whodunit with exotic locations, exquisite sets, comical camels and actors in lavish costumes working to an occasional slapstick script, Crypt of Tears is the perfect follow-up to a fun and much-loved series.

News.com.au

News.com.au

press

Sure, it’s cheesy and the punny repartees are on the nose, but that’s part of the enjoyment. If you’re buying a ticket to Miss Fisher, you know what you’re in for, and rest assured that what you loved about the show will be served up to you on a gleaming silver platter polished by Mr Butler.

3.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

A tribute to the Australian film industry’s flair for making do but, sadly, that’s not enough to overcome a fundamental failure in tone.

3.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

The cult hit show’s first big-screen foray rarely conjures a cinematic feel, bogged down by dialogue, schlock and flavourless scenes.

2.0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

As a classic whodunit with exotic locations, exquisite sets, comical camels and actors in lavish costumes working to an occasional slapstick script, Crypt of Tears is the perfect follow-up to a fun and much-loved series.

News.com.au

News.com.au

press

Sure, it’s cheesy and the punny repartees are on the nose, but that’s part of the enjoyment. If you’re buying a ticket to Miss Fisher, you know what you’re in for, and rest assured that what you loved about the show will be served up to you on a gleaming silver platter polished by Mr Butler.

3.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

A tribute to the Australian film industry’s flair for making do but, sadly, that’s not enough to overcome a fundamental failure in tone.

3.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

The cult hit show’s first big-screen foray rarely conjures a cinematic feel, bogged down by dialogue, schlock and flavourless scenes.

2.0

Die hards maybe

It's a 30min plot padded to a movie. Movie takes forever to even get to the plot. The editing is all over the place. There's some fun here and there but overall it feels like an overly long slog of an episode. You're missing nothing by waiting to see it later.

1.0