Loss Prevention

2018 • 88 minutes
3 reviews
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When an old-school bar owner (former WWE superstar Al Snow) and his unruly daughter (Abisha Uhl) get caught up in a cat-and-mouse game of corporate espionage, it will take brains, brawn and help from the lesser of two evils to make it out alive.

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3 reviews
Patrick Kelley
November 8, 2018
The premise of “Loss Prevention” is “What if two rival corporations throw out all notions of ethics and legality to pursue their profit-hunger to the nth degree, to where cold-blooded, high-tech warfare is A-OK … so long as the bottom-line ultimately shows black?” “Loss Prevention” takes this premise and smashes it out of the park. I cannot ask more from an indie film: sharp and funny dialogue, explosive scenes of violence that are believable but not too graphic for my admittedly delicate soul, and great acting. Ah, what superb acting … I love the father-daughter chemistry between Murphy and Nik (Al Snow and Abisha Uhl) as well as the sexually-tense chemistry between Brook (Lauren Albert) and Nik. And you have to go back to Alan Rickman’s Hans Gruber to find a sociopath as chilling as John Wells’s Boland. Also, watch for a brief but spooky appearance by Vernon Wells as CEO Reginald Bachman. “Loss Prevention” is the real deal, and I can’t wait to catch more films cooked up by the collaboration of Brian Cunningham (writer / director / cinematographer), Matt Niehoff (writer / director), and Nic Brown (writer / producer.) Well done, folks! In a perfectly fair world, this filmmaking t
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Shi Yu Lin (Violet Rachel Lin)
June 22, 2019
The plot is too simple, but the end is really confusing. I don't quite understand that part where they made the deal. A bit disappointed because it made me felt like it should have more. The main character is not that good. I don't like her character. Kind of a lesbian film. To say in overall, the film is basically fine, but they could improve the plot not to seem like very simple, it'd be better.
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