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Directed by Rodrigo Cortés.
So who would wish to watch Ryan Reynolds playing victim in a wooden box, well I would. Here is a review, about the movie. What a predicament for the sake of not butchering the story. I give this a 3 out of 5. It`s about being buried alive and the only way out is his cellphone that they leave with him. But then he has no time, and the only numbers he`s allowed to call are either unreachable or the villain voice guy. A little annoyed, it sets that tone again, when you have the need to just reach out and give him your phone so you don`t feel trapped with him. But I know what you`re thinking you would be trapped in a box with him. Lolz. Some plots thicken because the feeling of help is advised and yet nothing. It was a kind of mind numbing to the point of the fear of. Most likely going to have to watch the ending because I forget what happens when you are so caught up by his beauty. Again, it has no comedic anecdotes just to let you know. Unless you have a wide range of skeptics in the room. So be warned you might want to open a window. Just in case.
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