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Film Review - Low Tide


“Low Tide” offers a chance to watch a young filmmaker make a promising debut, turning to the comfort of a crime picture to deliver impressive visuals and some decent screen tension. Writer/director Kevin McMullin isn’t breaking fresh ground with the feature, which surveys a breakdown in friendship and communication as greed enters a sticky situation, but familiarity isn’t an issue here, as McMullin brings some freshness to formula, becoming creative with storytelling to shake up the norm when comes to kids getting in too deep. “Low Tide” certainly has some difficulty as it leaves a sense of realism behind to play with genre highlights, but there’s a lot to like in the movie, which McMullin keeps cinematic and alert. Read the rest at


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