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zandarthegreat’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Very observant people making very not smart decisions. The more you think about what’s actually going on, the more brain cells you lose. Did they not see the railing they could’ve used to climb around the bank room? Why would you try to enter the escape room facility in the first place without an extensive amount of tools that would help you in the escape rooms if you were unfortunate enough to get caught again? When the junkie was running away on the train, why wouldn’t one person stay on one of the exit doors so that the other person could cut the junkie off if they tried to exit the train? Why would the fake therapist agree to be a fake therapist only to end up getting gassed on a plane? Why did I expect anything else from this movie? Honestly if I was subjected to a multi-trillion dollar corporation who secretly made an entire underground facility on multiple occasions, paid off an entire police force, made a fake news station to make a fake story, then switched out a normal aircraft for their special gas airplane, all to get Jeffery Bezos to enjoy his popcorn while watching me die, I’d probably have a hammer with me at all times. That would be useful. Anyways all this doesn’t matter when the dubstep credits hit 😫
“Huh?! You like making selfish decisions?! Is that what you like?!”
GRADE: BELOW AVERAGE