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Nick E. Tarabay
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These are the unappealing beautiful people. Their dialogue is boring. They are boring. The movie spends 20 minutes at a boring unnecessary dinner party. The first half is nothing but boring. It's not until somebody dies that the escape room gets a little tense. It just takes too long to kill somebody. The only actor I remember from something else is Elisabeth Hower and she's stuck in a cage for most of this even if she's naked. These characters are nothing. This might work if it gets to the killing faster. The ending could have gotten a final twist but it even does that wrong. The escape room is fun for about 15 minutes but that's it for this movie.
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