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Waking groggy in pitch darkness, Paul Conroy, an American truck driver working in Iraq in 2006, slowly realizes he is trapped inside a wooden coffin, buried alive. With his cigarette lighter, he can see the trap he is in, and he quickly realizes that there's not enough air for him to live long. He finds within the coffin a working cellphone, which allows him contact with the outside world. But the outside world proves not to be very helpful at finding a man buried in a box in the middle of the Iraqi desert. Paul must rely on his best resource--himself. Written by
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Paul Conroy (Ryan Reynolds) is leaving a message for his family after all hope seems to be lost. He gives his social security number and birthday as 3/23/76, other then the month the day and year are correct. His real birthday is 10/23/76. See more »
When Conroy writes down White's name he picks up the pen and writes with his left hand but when the camera shows him writing the name it is being written with the right hand. See more »
Did you ever watch a movie where you think to yourself" I should just shut this off"? This movie is one that I wish I had never seen. Bad acting, Bad script, bad camera work. The trifecta of bad movies. This is the kind of movie that makes Gigli look good (at least you can look at JLo in that crapfest). I watched it on bluray and I generally love everything on bluray but in this case it was polishing a turd. I am now embarking on a one man mission to discourage anyone to ever watch this awful movie. This is the kind of effort that can ruin a career. I hope Ryan Reynolds isn't going to follow in Ben Affleck's footsteps and just take every script they put in front of him. Ben Affleck at least took a long pause and returned with "The Town."
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