Director: Joshua Caldwell
Writer: Adam Gaines
Stars: Katia Winter, Simon Quarterman, Sebastian Roché
When a casual photographer Hollins (Quarterman) snaps a photo of a seemingly unassuming woman named Natalie (Winter), his life is flipped upside down when she shows up to retrieve the photo.
With very little explanation, she informs him that his life is now in danger and in order to survive he must flee with her to Arizona.
After being left in the dark for a spell, she finally explains her shady MI-6 past and all that’s transpired up to the point of the photograph. On the run from the cartel hunting her, this pretty much turns into one lengthy road trip full of empty convo that tries desperately to deliver suspense.
Unfortunately, this movie SEVERELY lacks the one thing you would fully assume would be front and centre action. It isn’t the final act of the film that you’re rewarded with some bloodshed. At this point, the story unfolds and you’re either fully committed or completely exhausted and ready for it to just be over with. One could assume this all looked great on paper and it’s clear this is a low low budget film but the delivery falls slightly short of what it’s aiming for.
Far from a must see but decent enough to burn some time, Negative is nothing more than an excuse to pop some popcorn and log in another viewing. Enjoy.