An elderly woman finds herself the victim of a scam in Tyler Perry Studios’s first thriller to be released on Netflix, A Fall From Grace. When Grace Waters (Crystal Fox) is put on trial for the murder of her husband, Grace’s lawyer suspects foul play and works to uncover the truth. Considering that older individuals lose almost $3 billion dollars every year from financial scamming, A Fall From Grace has an interesting and realistic premise as Grace is swept up by a man who seems too good to be true. However, that’s where the compliments stop, as the film quickly spirals into unstructured, nearly laughable chaos. With little to no character development, cringeworthy writing, and nonsensical plot developments, A Fall From Grace completely misses an opportunity to highlight an important issue, and unlike Perry’s Madea films, A Fall From Grace doesn’t even have any comedic value to save it.