Rip Tide (2017)

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Following an embarrassing viral video, a New York model decides to escape from her suffocating existence by visiting her faraway aunt in Australia.


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23 January 2018 | bondjames_0073
7
| Rip Tide
Very entertaining movie, actually enjoyed it up in till 10 minutes to ending. Love the scenery and Australian coast, makes me want to go there and actually sign up for surf lessons. That being said, you focussed the movie on modelling and fashion design, and that was your mistake. Really, watch the last 20 minutes of the movie and ask yourself this? You should know that fashion design in a swimsuit area, needs consulting from actual men. Ok, men, how many of you liked any of the swimsuits or the designs? Swimsuit fashion designs should be geared to men. Did you actually have any men screen those outfits and ask if they actually liked them. The swimsuit designs were atrocious, and really, the outfit she is wearing, do you really wear that on a beach? Let me guess, it's a Vercchai or whatever, shoot the guy that designed it, because not all designs work, and the dress she wearing I would throw in a garbage can and light it on fire. What a piece of crap. Sorry went off topic, 7 stars because the movie took me to a place I would love to visit, Australia.

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Release Date:

3 October 2017

Language

English


Country of Origin

Australia, United Arab Emirates

Filming Locations

Kiama, New South Wales, Australia

Box Office

Budget:

AUD3,400,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$196,452

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