Communication is the key for the survival of nine strangers who have been kidnapped by a masked gunman and told that one of them will die every ten minutes until they discover why they are there. Can they figure it out before they all die?Written by
There's a good message, but its just an average movie with average acting.
I'm really stuck in the middle when it comes to this film, it wasn't completely awful but it isn't my favorite either. It's a film you can watch out of boredom on Netflix, which is what I did.
The only reason I really decided to watch this is because of Melissa Joan Hart (favorite Actress) but her acting was sub-par and even a little hysterical. Only half the cast seemed believable while the other half seemed lost.
The movie plot wasn't all that bad, people want to compare this to Saw which I think is crazy. This movie isn't on the same page as Saw and any other gory horror movie. The story was suspenseful only because it makes you want to figure out why they are there, which they do figure out eventually but I felt that it really was missing some things. There was no excessive gore or violence, but it was interesting to figure out how the whole story unraveled. The ending was a very big twist, I'd say it was unexpected. I figured everyone would've just died like every other movie but the ending turned out to be a survival of the fittest kind of thing.
The one thing that really annoyed me about this film are the unnecessary flashbacks, I've been sitting here watching this movie the whole time and they go back to things that have happened maybe 10 minutes ago in the story.
Overall I'd say it's worth a watch if you don't have to necessarily pay for it.
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