Tyler Perry's career as a filmmaker has taken off over the years, so much so that he has a fully functioning studio lot of his own. His most recent project called A Fall from Grace on Netflix is receiving quite a bit of criticism. Although the film has a thrilling plot, viewers couldn't help but notice several editing mistakes throughout the movie.

If you haven't yet had a chance to watch the new Netflix original, it's about Grace Waters, a woman left heartbroken after her ex-husband cheated on her.

As Grace goes through the stages of grief, she's taken aback when a younger, seemingly perfect man comes into her life, sweeping her off of her feet. As any wise woman would be, Grace is skeptical, but with enough reassurance, she agrees to marry her newfound love.

As you may have guessed, this new marriage doesn't mean a happy ending for Grace β€” in fact, things only go from bad to worse for her.

The plot of the romantic thriller is incredible, and people are absolutely loving it, but one thing that they can't look past are some of the film's incredibly obvious (and hilarious) editing mistakes.

One of the most noteworthy scenes takes place in a diner, and while two of the main characters are having a discussion, an extra from the film can be seen in the back "drinking" water and "eating" food.

If you look closely, you'll realize that the extra doesn't have anything at all on his plate or in his glass, he's simply miming the actions.

Viewers of A Fall from Grace also pointed out another scene that features a close-up of an iPhone screen. The shot is supposed to show that the phone just received a new text message, but it's very obviously a screenshot someone made specifically for the movie.

The cast of the film revealed to PEOPLE that A Fall from Grace was shot in just five days, which explains the number of editing mistakes people have been finding and posting about on Twitter.

Despite criticism, the movie has still scored an adequate score of 6/10 on IMDb. You can check out the trailer for the latest Tyler Perry project below.

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