There was no pleasure.
Mind Over Murder is predictably terrible. Tori Spelling plays an assistant district attorney (ha!) who hit by a car and develops the power to read minds. She then uses this power to go after a Republican Senator who murdered his mistress.
1. This is going to blow the Lifetimeness scale out of the water. Reread that last paragraph. That is shitbird crazy.
2. After reading that paragraph, don't you know every detail of the movie already? Do I need to spend 1000 words telling you about Tori Spelling using her powers to catch people lying on the stand? Or the forced awkwardness of when the judge realizes that one of the attorneys is psychic? No. You got it down.
And I had it down. I actually left in the middle of the movie to go grocery shopping. Seriously. I don't think I missed much. Somewhere in there Spelling falls in love with a cop played by her real-life husband. The lack of chemistry between those two was astonishing.
And since the movie came out in 2006, way after Spellings's plastic surgeries, you have to stare at this for two hours:
But, finally, a Lifetime movie so stupid that I gave up on it. Sadly, this one the "pick-a-flick" contest they run for Friday nights. In other words, this movie was shown because of popular demand. That's a Human Centipede amount of scariness.
They say a D- is sometimes harsher than an F, but, no. This deserves the zero.
HEY! IT'S THAT GUY!: 2
Tori Spelling only exists to fuel the Lifetime Nightmare Machine. She isn't a celebrity anymore.
And well earned.
GRAND TOTAL: 12
So my shortest review ever leads to a 12. Avoid at all costs.