Eight candidates for a highly desirable corporate job are locked together in an exam room and given a final test with just one question. It seems simple yet confusing that soon, tensions begin to unravel.
Malcolm Rivers has been convicted as the perpetrator of several murders and is sentenced to death. An eleventh hour defense by his lawyers and psychiatrist that Malcolm is insane based on new evidence has resulted in them meeting with the prosecutors and the judge to discuss if the verdict should be overturned. Meanwhile, on a dark night during a torrential rainstorm in the Nevada desert, a series of chain reaction events results in several people needing to stay at an out of the way motel managed by Larry. They are: ex-cop now limo driver Ed, and his client Caroline, a diva of a once famous actress; quiet adolescent Timmy, his stepfather George, and his mother Alice, who was seriously injured when Ed accidentally ran over her as she watched George change their flat tire; prostitute Paris, who was the unwitting cause of George's flat tire; newlyweds Lou and Ginny, whose marriage is based on a lie; and Police Officer Rhodes, who was en route escorting prisoner Robert to his new ... Written by
The song the prisoner starts to sing as he is lead to the bathroom is I got stripes a prison song by Johnny cash who died the year after the films release See more »
At 29:7 ,when Ed enters inside the laundry room,one can see the first machine in the row spinning with cloths and a maroon colored one inside it draws a particular attention. Then the shot changes to Ed coming towards and then again machines are shown at 29:17.But the maroon cloth now appears to be spinning in the second equipment. Also it is clearly visible when Ed opens the machines there are no maroon cloth inside first one but the second machine holds it. See more »
Hey, what the hell are you doing?
There's something in there.
Use this, man.
[gives Rhodes a fabric softener sheet]
You a cop?
[reaches into dryer and pulls out a room #10 key, then says softly:]
She was in room 10?
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The first few opening credits leave behind a letter to the word "IDENTITY" as they fade away. See more »
To be honest I didnt want to watch this movie but it was my wifes turn to choose so I had no choice. After 20 minuites into the movie I was so glad it wasnt my turn to choose. This movie was absolutely fantastic. The Premise as you will read here on IMDB or on the back of the dvd in the shop/rental store seemed very lame to me but I was so wrong.
It starts off as a classic "Whodunnit" movie but then flips and twists on its head so many times your left astounded. I cannot imagine anyone who would not enjoy this movie, It keeps you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end and I loved every minuite of it. Throw in an all star cast (Cusack and Liotta are fantastic here) And you have one Hell of a movie.
You Have to watch this, Trust Me :)
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