Review: Cube, 1997

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Editors Note: Today is ‘Cube’ day (for not other reason than to share Garrett’s thoughts on each movie in the franchise). The review of the first film is short, but to Garrett’s point—we’ve added to the post to give the film more context. These additions are from the ‘That’s Entertainment’ editing team and are summarizations of plot descriptions. 

Director: Vincenzo Natali
Writers: André Bijelic, Vincenzo Natali
Stars: Nicole de Boer, Maurice Dean Wint, David Hewlett

Editors Summary of the plot to ‘Cube’:

Cube is a 1997 Canadian science-fiction horror film directed and co-written by Vincenzo Natali. The film follows a group of people as they cross industrialized cube-shaped rooms, some rigged with various traps designed to kill.

And now, Garrett Smith’s review of ‘Cube’:

2018 America is a Cube.

Twitter is a Cube.

I am a Cube.

Cubes all the way down.

Score: ★★★★★

This review originally appeared on Garrett’s Letterboxd. Follow him there for more ratings, reviews, and lists.

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