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Eric Brainard 1 year ago
Waking up, strange place? Little later finding out you're locked in a trap. Wow! A+
Dónal Kennedy almost 4 years ago
12 Angry Men meets SAW in this admirable low-budget thriller. Runs out of puff by the end.
Tera Nikolaos over 4 years ago
Excellent film, seminal piece of Sci Fi Horror.
Gabi Lener over 5 years ago
Why does everyone have to be so passive aggressive on the Cube series?
Anders Sørby almost 6 years ago
One cube. Seven people. Still a great movie.
Tasmin Jade almost 6 years ago
This is the reason I can't sleep at night....
Grant davies 6 years ago
I really enjoyed this strong character driven film.
Andrew Hill over 6 years ago
AMAZING cult film, must see it to believe how mockable it really is!
Jaya Wardono over 6 years ago
A Sci-fi cult classic!
Guy Edwards over 6 years ago
Surprisingly good.
Pieter Peach over 6 years ago
Impressive given the entire film is filmed in one room
Sam Bowman over 6 years ago
By far my favourite terribly-acted absurdist horror movie
Stefan Stupar almost 7 years ago
Originalno, a prosto. Brutalno, a ne previše jezivo. Solidan.
Petar Mate almost 7 years ago
Cool movie, i love this kind of movies...
Alex Flood almost 7 years ago
I love this movie. If you can look past the terrible acting, there is a lot to appreciate.
Bridgid Allsopp almost 7 years ago
distressing. well made but horrible.
Don Lathrop 1 month ago
Brandyn Turner 2 months ago
Mandy Allen 2 months ago
LANX 6 months ago
Cube is a 1997 Canadian science fiction psychological thriller/horror film directed by Vincenzo Natali. The film was a successful product of the Canadian Film Centre's First Feature Project. Much of the film's appeal lies in its surreal, Kafkaesque settings; no extensive attempt is made to explain what the cube is that the characters are confined in, why it is created, or how the people were selected to be put inside the cube. Although the world "outside" is referred to, it is presented in an extremely abstract fashion, either a dark void or a bright white light. Alderson (Julian Richings) wakes up in a cube-shaped room with six hatch doors; one at the center of each wall, one on the ceiling, and one on the floor. He begins to open doors and examine each, to find rooms that differ from the one he is in only by color. Alderson goes into an amber colored room and suddenly gets cut into large cubes. It is then shown that a large metal grate had dropped down and killed him. It then folds...
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