Eloise, having been relieved of maid of honor duties after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text, decides to attend the wedding anyway, only to find herself seated with five fellow unwanted guests at the dreaded Table 19.
Vicki Maloney is randomly abducted from a suburban street by a disturbed couple. As she observes the dynamic between her captors she quickly realises she must drive a wedge between them if ... See full summary »
No depth indeed, it's no philosophical à la Ingmar Bergman, nothing metaphorical à la Luis Bunuel, no fine deep psychological thriller either. It's just a good action movie. Only shootings. The whole film. And some dialogue among bullets. A little bit "claustrophobic" perhaps for some, because all the action takes place only inside a deserted warehouse. All the actors are very good. Sharlto Copley (from "District 9" and "Hardcore Henry") is distinguished in particular. I didn't liked "the presence" of John Denver in the soundtrack, I think that does not fit, it's from a completely different movie (a sad romantic love story). Instead, that organ music signed Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow is absolutely exceptional, it made me think of some spaghetti western soundtracks of the '60s, that Ennio Morricone's atmosphere. The same Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow who composed the cool soundtrack for "Ex Machina". Worth seeing!
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