BURN MOVIE REVIEW
Gas stations can be pretty useful. You can fuel for your car, you can take a pit stop during a long trip, you can pick up a coffee, or maybe…you could get robbed. That’s what happens in this film, where a lonely young gas station clerk named Melinda (Tilda Cobham-Hervey) and her coworker Sheila (Suki Waterhouse) find themselves being held up one night. While the robber (Josh Hutcherson) hopes for this to be a quick and easy job, the girls can’t seem to help but escalate the situation with their awkward behavior. What follows will surely be an intense and unpredictable night for them. The dynamic duo of Brad and London are reunited to review this movie and see if this was worth the stop or if they ultimately got burned in the end.
DIRECTED BY: Mike Gan
STARRING: Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Suki Waterhouse, Josh Hutcherson, Shiloh Fernandez, Harry Shum Jr., James Devoti
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