Cube
Canada (CA), 1997, 90 minutes
Don't Look For A Reason... Look For A Way Out
Cube Synopsis

The claustrophobic debut of Canadian director Vincenzo Natali takes seven strangers out of their daily lives and places them mysteriously in a deadly cube where they all agree they must find their way out. A mix of thriller and psychodrama and a small budget film that gained cult status.

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Reviewed by MaeMaeDecena
CUBE is one of those films that burrowed into your brain after viewing, because it did in mine because after 19 years I could still remember the story vividly. Being... more
CUBE is one of those films that burrowed into your brain after viewing, because it did in mine because after 19 years I could still remember the story vividly. Being frightful of closed spaces I could feel the intensity the characters are in, while figuring out what their mind-boggling situation is. The maze of survival gives a thrill of unexpected and dreadful challenges to our main characters. Who will survive? Who will betray? If everything gets tough, who will break? In the film there are many events that the plot gives you hope only to realize that there is none. A classic movie that satisfies your appetite for thrill!
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