The Take Out Move – Movie Review
Director: Andrew Simonian
Writer: Andrew Simonian (Screenplay)
- Jeremy Sless
- Nick Grace
- Alexandra Miles
- Zack Kozlow
Plot: When a shadowy figure instructs two different men to take out the same woman. They both end up at her home at the same time, fighting each other and the absurd situation to be the one to complete the assignment.
Runtime: 1 Hour 14 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: The Take Out Move starts as Whalen (Sless) and Davis (Grace) both find themselves trying to win the heart of the same girl, Amber (Miles). They both get stuck in her apartment and agree to help her with her tasks. As the three spend more time together, the guy’s bond creates a friendship, while Amber keeps putting them through different uncomfortable tasks.
Verdict on The Take Out Move
The Take Out Move was made for only $3500 and is an action comedy that gets much more out of the budget suggestion. It brings us two guys who agree to help a woman with her daily tasks, where it turns into a competition.
This does get laughs along the way, with each situation offering up a different moment of comedy. The cast works very well to help get the laughs too. In the action side, it is a lot of slapstick-styled action comedy with full-blown sound effects to go with it.
This movie should be praised for what was achieved on such a small budget. It shows amazing creativity and the ability to work within a micro-budget.
Final Thoughts – The Take Out Move is a fun action comedy that proves you can make great entertainment on a micro-budget.