Kill Cruise 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I remember seeing this a couple of times on Cinemax several years ago. The first time I saw it, I was bored out of my mind; yet, I knew something was brewing underneath the surface. So, I watched until the end. Then I watched it a second time just to figure out what the heck I saw the first time. I was probably around 12 or so.
Anyway, the first time I viewed the film, I kept saying to myself: “this is called Kill Cruise but nobody’s dying on this cruise.” And that might be the biggest downfall of Kill Cruise: there’s not much ACTION for the majority of the film. But there is something: a lingering tension and a couple of sex scenes.
What’s funny is, I had no idea who Liz Hurley or Patsy Kensit were when I saw the movie. I knew their characters’ names were Sue and Lou but by the end credits I got the names confused and thought Liz Hurley’s name was actually Patsy Kensit and vice versa. It’s humorous trying to get someone to recall an actress when you’re giving them the wrong name.
Bottom Line: It’s a cheap little drama about a neurotic, self-centered girl and her shy, quiet friend who go on a boat trip with a man who is suspected of killing his wife’s lover. Whatever more you find out depends on you.