Sometimes I browse my Netflix List and choose a movie at random. That brings me to my next movie review for Beneath The Leaves (2019).
In the most basic sense, Beneath The Leaves is a suspenseful thriller. It contains tense moments, shootouts, and a bit of campy comedy. Written and Directed by Adam Marino (Inheritence, Ring Ring), we get a low-budget independent film as the final product
The story is an interesting one. It revolves around Detectives Erica Shotwell(Mira Sorvino) and Brian Larson(Kristoffer Polaha) and a case they happen to fall on. But first a little backstory: 15 years ago when Brian was a child, he and his four foster br
Now, in the present, Brian is a cop who is also in a relationship with his partner, Erica. They overhear of a Prison Break at the nearby penitentiary due to an uncontrollable fire. James Whitley was one of the 6 inmates who escaped and he’s hell bent on s
So as the following events ensue, it becomes a game of cat and mouse as Brian is taken off the case, and moreso unable to work it with Erica. Obviously he wouldn’t be in the best mindset to handle an escaped psychopath who attempted to murder him and his
As I stated earlier, I found this movie interesting. I didn’t know much about it before jumping in. The cinematography is about average; nothing too crazy with effects or with delivering scenes. The acting is what it is. Nothing special, but still believa
While it’s not your Summer Blockbuster, it’s still a good popcorn flick!