Drama • R • 2010 • 1 hr 34 min
A great example of playing on phobias to turn something so simple into something so great. Reynolds really shines and the tension is insane.
This original movie is dark and claustrophobic with great acting, keeping you on the edge of your seat til the end.
This movie proves how great of an actor Ryan Reynolds can be. Seriously, he’s overlooked as an actor.
This is what nightmare fuel is. Waking up in a coffin buried alive and you can’t get out. Found myself breathing harder watching this one
I couldn’t stop gasping for air while watching this movie. It was intense. Pretty cool concept.
A very well acted film, but only a 1 time watch, as plot is reliant on no prior knowledge
Pretty impressive how suspenseful this movie can be while shot in a coffin
Ryan Reynolds is incredible, and the lighting and sound design build the claustrophobic enviroment expertly. An intense and unique film.
The claustrophobic setting made the movie very suspenseful. Another great Ryan Reynolds movie.
What you expect going into it. Decent bottle movie.
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