Seven strangers are taken out of their daily lives and placed mysteriously in a deadly cube where they all agree they must find their way out.

7 complete strangers of widely varying personality characteristics are involuntarily placed in an endless kafkaesque maze containing deadly traps. Without food and water, they have a few days to live; but they soon discover that each of them possess a skill that could contribute to their escape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kirk J (de) wrote: They need to re-title this movie, "We were all racists." Nothing like hearing race relations commentary from people who were 7 years old at the time of this movie. Quote from the director; "In hindsight i should have explored the racial aspect...". That would be because the racial aspect was not a big deal back then, and nowadays it is, really a sad commentary on the current state of race relations.

John B (au) wrote: Great movie, I enjoyed this one and the story was interesting as it kept you guessing until the end. I enjoy football so it was interesting to see some of the decisions that go in to selecting players for a team, good cast

Sayan M (fr) wrote: nice in parts... the resolution somewhere is too simplistic... and the choices of the mom as presented looks too cliched...replace the brainy nerd with the he-man and then regret...

Isaac J (us) wrote: Incoherently loud, boring, confused and lifeless, I Frankenstein fails to showcase anything that can be called "good". Instead, we are subjected to soulless characters, a dull and preaching plot, glitchy CGI and, ultimately one of the most creatively bare films the world has ever had the misfortune to see.

Girish B (ag) wrote: not boring..think they shud have taken the poster of the movie to see the fate of the movie..some fancy story...i need a cam like the one in the movie...

Sterlin R (ag) wrote: "Cars 2" is without a doubt the worst Pixar movie of all-time. The original movie was average, but it did not need a sequel.This movie has horrible jokes, poor voice acting, lame and lackluster story, and it is overall a terrible sequel with decent animation.

Joshua D (jp) wrote: "A gay man with power? Now that's dangerous."Milk is an incredibly moving portrait of a brave man who had a sad ending. The film is a testament to men like Harvey and they couldn't have found a better man to play him than Sean Penn.

Paul D (br) wrote: This movie was pretty funny.

Valtteri T (jp) wrote: Interesting movie. Worth watching.

mirabella 1 (ca) wrote: What a fabulous romp!It centres around the perils & adventures of the despicable Harry Flashman (yes, he who made Tom Brown's schooldays such unspeakable hell).Featuring a stellar cast (including Malcolm McDowell, Alan Bates & Oliver Reed) who play it for laughs more than drama, this slapstick tale of derring-do is faultlessly directed by Richard Lester.It is patently obvious when watching, just how much fun everybody was having. And this only increases one's enjoyment of the film.Watch it in the spirit it was intende & I promise that you will enjoy it.

Steff A (es) wrote: I agree with ladysnowblood ! FUCK YOU HOLLYWOOD !

J A (ag) wrote: Hilarious- terrific cast!

Mloy X (de) wrote: Bartok (Morgan Freeman): Remember this Raiden - the wounds of honor, are self inflicted.This film seemed promising enough; I mean both Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman are really good actors. The story (I think) seemed to be loosely based on the old Japanese folklore about the forty-seven ronins. The film was alright, but a bit too slow, there's not much interesting action sequences and the acting from the token "bad guy", Geza Mott (played by Aksel Hennie) was pretty hammy. Overall, it was somewhat entertaining but there was really nothing extraordinary about it.

Michael M (ca) wrote: I'm not a big fan of the band, but this was still a really engaging doc.

August C (de) wrote: Hmmm..... So...... The robot is southern...the chick ia hott...Hasselhoff is atrociously bad oh and Plummer's long stares into the distance are hilarious. Okay so in movie terms this is crap but if you like some camp and cheese this one is for you.

Rodney E (ru) wrote: Rob Zombie made the mistake of having his non-talented wife entirely carry a movie. It started off well enough and has a lot of good autumn and New England imagery but it goes nowhere. Actually Zombie really tries to push the story forward but it doesn't make any sense and seems to be borrowed from elements of this movie and that movie. It's almost like the theater of the convoluted that doesn't really pay off. The old witch stuff was great as was the music from the record, which is really the only redeeming quality of The Lords of Salem. Once again we have good genre casting with the horrible exception of Sherri Moon Zombie. There were parts of this that justify me not going "The Lords of Salem sucks" but it was a disappointment and there is not much to recommend.

Panos Y (br) wrote: A movie that tries hard, based on the actors. Just good enough for background of an evening.