Action / Sci-Fi
Action / Sci-Fi
In the year 2154, a group of young men and women awake in a dark claustrophobic maze. They don't remember who they are or how they got stuck in the Black Labyrinth of ANDRON. The group must learn to decipher codes, understand the signals and beat the tests in this mysterious and bizarre place. Out of necessity they struggle to form a bond to survive, while the outside world watches and wagers on their fate.
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September 15, 2016 at 10:29 PM
Hunger Games meets Maze Runner meets Alec Baldwin
As the civilians in this film die for making a poor random decision so too the viewer dies a little inside...
I don't typically write reviews, but this one definitely deserved a good verbal smackdown
Imagine The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner had an incestuous baby in a Waffle House bathroom - that about sums up this movie.
Here's what to expect:
Unoriginal, dare I say over-done concept
Sometimes dizzying cinematography
Absolutely HORRIFIC acting and dialogue - felt very much like a junior high school project
Scenes or elements that seemed to make absolutely no sense, nor had any real importance to the plot line
Exactly how many times can someone seemingly be dead but then all of a sudden pop up and start fighting again like nothing happened?
Many times characters had bits of dialogue to tell you what has happened (in the past? future? when? what?) rather than show you
And, to top it all off, the ending of "welcome to round 2" was a blatant rip-off of every other (and better) 'last person standing' film, not to mention leaving it open for a sequel that every human reading this should pray NEVER EVER HAPPENS.
The ONLY reason I watched this to the end is because I was desperately hoping that all of them would die miserable and stupid deaths. Sadly, I was let down one last time by this vomit of a film.
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You got a tattoo on your neck
In 2154 we are introduced to "The Redemption Game" with 10 contestants with a chance to win " wealth, fame, and freedom." Except they don't know they are contestants. In fact they have no memory, so they don't come out fighting. Adam (Alec Baldwin) "controls" the games through computers, CG stuff etc. He answers to Chancellor Gordon (Danny Glover) who used to be the commissioner of Gotham City.
The characters and dialogue were not exciting as we watched what would be a better RPG. It seemed like someone tried to combine Saw, Matrix, Hunger Games, and Maze into the same film....and sometimes less is more.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.