Movie Review: Kiss Kiss 2019
As a movie critic, I recently watched the film Kiss Kiss and was thoroughly impressed. The movie is a neo-noir thriller with twists and turns at every corner. The plot revolves around a man named Felix who is dealing with a traumatic event from his past while trying to protect his girlfriend from being harmed by dangerous gangsters.
The acting in this movie was exceptional. Natascha Hopkins plays the role of Scarlett with conviction and intensity, giving life to her character’s struggle to survive in an unpredictable world. Meanwhile, Kelvin Harrison Jr., who plays Felix, delivers an emotionally charged performance that truly captivates the audience.
Director Dallas King masterfully brings together all the elements of this movie into an engaging experience that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Moreover, the score perfectly compliments each scene and adds depth to every character arc.
In terms of cinematography and production design, the visuals are stunningly beautiful but also gritty when they need to be. The special effects were impressive too; it’s clear that much attention was given by filmmakers in crafting each shot carefully.
One criticism I have about this film is its editing style which can be jarring at times as it jumps back-and-forth between different time periods without proper explanation or connection between scenes.
Overall though, there’s no denying Kiss Kiss left me feeling exhilarated and inspired by its clever storytelling style – which is why I recommend it highly!
Release : 2019-10-24
Genre : Action, Crime, Drama
Runtime : 95
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Company : Red Rabbit Pictures, Cleopatra Entertainment
Cast : Natascha Hopkins as Kiss, Robert Wagner as Gibson, Nathalia Castellon as Promise, Tamra Dae as Treasure, Janey Bolina as Kurious
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