It’s got a decent premise for a movie.
A couple of the escape rooms that the characters’ experienced in the movie did provide some fun suspense thriller moments.
Has some clever moments.
I particularly liked the whole upside down room sequence, in how it plays out and the visuals that went with it.
For some of the clues, I was actually able to solve them before the characters did, so that was a neat experience.
The thing about a premise like this that involves puzzles, is that moviegoers could feel disattached to what’s going on, because they can’t always “play along” with the game they are watching.
It doesn’t help when there’s only 1 or 2 characters that are actually worth caring about.
It doesn’t help when most of them were annoying to watch.
Expect some plot conveniences to move things along in uninspiring ways.
The more you think about the premise of the whole story, the more it just falls apart. Kinda ruins the suspension of disbelief, and the overall enjoyment of it.
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