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Jessica Lee Keller,
Starts VERY slowly, with a lot of wasted time on scenery passing a car. Virtually no background on the characters, and what little we do hear is very vague, and less than informative. The main characters do manage to portray a little emotion from time to time, but with next to nothing to support it, the effort is almost wasted. The plot, such as it is, is weak, and doesn't progress far enough, or fast enough, to hold the attention of viewers. The "action" is almost nonexistent, the possibilities for suspense wasted or ignored, and the resolution as dull as the rest of the film. Add to this at least three real goofs: at one point a crew member can be seen ducking behind the main characters. Soon after, a camera, microphone, or some piece of equipment is seen to the right. A little later, there are repeated shots with some sort of wire or cable across part of a dock, where nothing of the sort should be. I could deal with low budget, and even such goofs, if there was more meat to the story. All in all, it was like watching something put together for a school project. With a better storyline, and a little more attention to detail, the producers might come up with something worthwhile.
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