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Brent Ryan Green
First of all , having watched the trailer before watching the actual movie and to be honest the trailer is more dramatic than the movie itself. The general impression of this movie which the viewer gets is that of the Saw movies. No doubt about it but with much less gore and more puzzle solving, in Sherlock holmes style to get out the mess.
For a while it keeps your attention for the most part with the right amount of tension keeping u guessing if the victims will ever defeat the villain who put them there. But it is obvious at half war mark that only one may get out and the unexpected happened though. Not a bad movie but it could have done more with dramatic music , screenplay and production values. It feels too "light-hearted" for the most part until the first gore scene comes along. But as we expect the tesnion to build up ,the movie ends with a little more tension abruptly.
However the ending seems to be cliqued and there was no expaianation given to mysterious sadist who operates from behind CCTV cameras or any realtaion to all of this or the purpose of what actually happened all the while. The villain sits behind a series of CCTV monitors with images of a sex club which was also not clearly explained .
Basically a claustrophobic thriller that revoles around a series of locked rooms in the lines of The Cube (1997) , that combines the main theme of the Saw movies. To be honest, the whole show is at least not even as half bad as what a cheap ripoff of "Saw" would be like. Watchable on a saturday night or if u have nothing else to watch.
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