Stowaway

2022

Thriller

8
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 22%
IMDb Rating 3.2 10 450

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
August 06, 2022 at 01:42 AM

Top cast

Ruby Rose as Bella Denton
Frank Grillo as Meeser
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864.55 MB
1280*534
English 2.0
R
24 fps
1 hr 34 min
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1.74 GB
1920*800
English 5.1
R
24 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 5 / 46

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Top_Dawg_Critic 3 / 10

Most boring thriller I have ever seen

Music video director Declan Whitebloom should stick to music videos. Even for a low budget B film, this was the most repetitive, dragged out film I have seen in a long time. Even the editing was bad. We go from a little girl swimming in knee-high water to drowning in the depths of the ocean. How? Did she trip over a rock and fall into the deep dark abyss? The same ariel scene of a boat sitting in the ocean was used many times, when it was supposed to be a moving boat.

The cat and mouse searches on the boat were just bland and repetitive. The entire story was riddled with plot and technical issues and predictable from the start. You could trim the slow dragged out 90 min runtime to a 15 min short film and it would me more watchable and interesting. Whitebloom also didn't direct his cast properly, because most of the time they looked lost in their scenes.

The only redeeming part of this B film was a half-decent score, when B films usually have a loud constant annoying and unfitting score. I feel bad for Grillo, because he deserves to be in much better films. Only he and Schwarzenegger were convincing. Rose seemed like this was her first acting role. Any review higher than a 5 is clearly from the cast or crew. It's a generous 3/10 from me.

Reviewed by stevendbeard 6 / 10

B Grade Yacht Heist Movie

I saw Stowaway, starring Ruby Rose-Batwoman_tv, Resident Evil:The Final Chapter; Patrick Schwarzenegger-Midnight Sun, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse and Frank Grillo-Himan's Wife's Bodyguard, Point Blank_2019.

This is a low budget B grade yacht heist movie. Ruby is the estranged daughter of her father that she hasn't seen in 20 years. He dies and leaves her a yacht. Frank is an old friend of her deceased father and contacts her about the boat. While she is celebrating her new inheritance, she meets Patrick in a bar. After a night of drinking, Ruby takes Patrick back to show him her boat and they fall asleep-it's a big yacht. They awaken to the boat moving and discover that 3 men have boarded the yacht and commandeered it and are taking it out to sea. The bad guys are looking for something on the boat and Ruby and Patrick have to avoid them while trying to discover what they are looking for and possibly, escape.

It didn't have a rating-remember, I said it was low budget-but there was violence and language.

It's not one that I would buy on DVD but it would be alright, as a rental.

Reviewed by zacharyreeves 7 / 10

Independents+Pandemic=...

It's hard enough for anyone to get a film off the ground. So, I give credit here to a team that put one in the can during the height of a pandemic. I also extend my admiration to performers like Ruby Rose, Frank Grillo, and Luis Da Silva Jr for signing on to a lower budget film surrounded by such conditions.

As for the film, I think by now we all know what we are getting with a Saban movie. I don't mean that in a bad way, it's just evident the types of films they exploit. For that, it's hard for me to compare this film to any I hold in my personal lists of greatness.

I give it a 7 out of 10 because I personally believed 70% of the performances. My top prize will go to Luis Da Silva Jr. I feel he is finally showing the world that he can give a solid performance without a gun in his hand. So, my hat is off to Mr. Da Silva. Anxious to see more.

Anything can be better, and there's no such thing as perfect. Given the social and economic conditions this film was produced under - I love it! This scenario actually reminds me of two quotes - Comparison is the thief of joy & What matters most is how well you walk through the fire.

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