Loss Prevention is not a terrible low budget action-ish movie. I've seen far worse from the WWE studio. But it's certainly not a "10", either. Good shootouts, decent acting, one major continuity gaff, and acceptable writing. Except for the overuse of the "corporate America bad" trope. In the end, it's worth a watch.
Loss Prevention (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Loss Prevention (2018) 1080p
Loss Prevention is a movie starring Abisha Uhl, Sebrina Scott, and James Tackett. When an old-school bar owner and his unruly daughter get caught up in a cat-and-mouse game of corporate espionage, it will take brains, brawn and help...
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The Synopsis for Loss Prevention (2018) 1080p
When an old-school bar owner and his unruly daughter 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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Decent - entertaining and watchableReviewed byBustedHaloVote: 6/10
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!
I enjoyed this independent film more than some big-budget films with star-studded casts! A bartender with plans for bigger and better things (Abisha Uhl) is working in her father's bar when the woman of her dreams walks in, and her troubles really begin. My favorite character in this film was Murphy, the bar owner, played to perfection by Al Snow. Action film fans should watch out for Vernon Wells (best known for Wez in "The Road Warrior" and Bennett in "Commando.") late in the film. Enjoy!