Rattlesnake Review

Rattlesnake (2019) Movie Review By Steven Wilkins


 

Rattlesnake Review

Director: Zak Hilditch
Writer: Zak Hilditch
Stars: Carmen Ejogo, Theo Rossi, Emma Greenwell

During a road trip,  Katrina (Ejogo) and ger daughter Clara (Pratt) end up in the middle of nowhere with a flat.  As Katrina attempts to put on the spare, her daughter is bitten by a rattlesnake while playing in the open field.  Frantically searching for assistance she spots a nearby trailer.  Inside, a woman calmly assures that she can save the child…but at a price.

One is willing to bet this looked really good on paper but just didn’t fully translate. Even after all is said and done,  Rattlesnake probably would have served best as like a 45min short.  It’s a good story, the characters all could use a bit of grit and depth but for what it’s worth, its merely a decent low-budget time killer and although the word may not be great, the story itself could easily warrant new tales.

Take some time or don’t, Rattlesnake is ok but underwhelming

Grade: B-

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