Saw Green Room a while back - incredible; this is now one of my all-time favorite thrillers. What a horrific & heinous film - and I mean that as a compliment. The idea of a group of people stuck in a horrible situation completely out of their control is nightmarish - and was presented extremely effectively here.
I see a lot of films, and this was one of the few where I can honestly say the editing was perfect; not one wasted moment or unnecessary scene - extremely well-done.
I'm a huge music fan (most genres), with an emphasis on hard rock/metal/some punk. And, it was amusing how this punk band mentioned hardcore bands as being their "desert island bands" when asked during the radio interview. However, when they were later facing mortal danger (when stuck in the room), they admitted their "real" desert island bands; it was funny that the redhead admitted that "Simon & Garfunkel" was her DI band - even though she obviously wouldn't have been caught dead admitting this during the previous radio interview - LOL.
Going along with this, the last couple of lines in the film were fantastic - very cleverly placed.
Very unexpected & out-of-character performance by Patrick Stewart; he played a great bad guy here - very much against type.
RIP Anton Yelchin.
Last edited by Rick Deckard on Dec 10th, 2017 at 04:13 AM