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            The Belko Experiment (2016)

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            In a twisted social experiment, eighty Americans are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá, Colombia, and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company's intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.

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            Greg McLean

            Writer:

            James Gunn
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            Cast

            Cast overview, first billed only:
            John Gallagher Jr. ... Mike Milch
            Tony Goldwyn ... Barry Norris
            Adria Arjona ... Leandra Florez
            John C. McGinley ... Wendell Dukes
            Melonie Diaz ... Dany Wilkins
            Owain Yeoman ... Terry Winter
            Sean Gunn ... Marty Espenscheid
            Brent Sexton ... Vince Agostino
            Josh Brener ... Keith Mclure
            David Dastmalchian ... Lonny Crane
            David Del Rio ... Roberto Jerez
            Gregg Henry ... The Voice
            Michael Rooker ... Bud Melks
            Rusty Schwimmer ... Peggy Displasia
            Gail Bean ... Leota Hynek
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            Storyline

            Mike Milch, an employee of Belko Industries, while driving to work is stopped by street vendors selling "lucky" handmade dolls. Barry Norris, also of Belko Industries, arrives at the remote office building in rural Bogotá, Colombia, to find unfamiliar security guards turning away the local Colombian staff at the gate. New employee Dany Wilkins reports for her first day on the job and is told that a tracking device is implanted in the base of every Belko employee's skull in case they are kidnapped. This is explained as being common in Colombia due to the high incidences of kidnapping.

            Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

            Taglines:

            Proceed Calmly To The Exit Doors See more »

            Genres:

            Horror | Thriller

            Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

            Rated R for strong bloody violence throughout, language including sexual references, and some drug use | See all certifications »

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            Country:

            USA

            Language:

            English

            Release Date:

            17 March 2017 (USA) See more »

            Also Known As:

            A Experiência Belko See more »

            Filming Locations:

            Bogotá, Colombia See more »

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            Box Office

            Budget:

            $5,000,000 (estimated)

            Opening Weekend USA:

            $4,137,230, 19 March 2017

            Gross USA:

            $10,166,820

            Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

            $11,084,630
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            Technical Specs

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            Sound Mix:

            Dolby Digital

            Color:

            Color

            Aspect Ratio:

            2.35 : 1
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            Trivia

            John Gallagher, Jr. auditioned for a role in a previous film directed by James Gunn, but wasn't right for the part. However, Gunn thought he was the best actor he'd seen in an audition, and vowed to work with Gallagher again. See more »

            Goofs

            When Dany and Roberto are trapped above the moving elevator, it shows Barry going to the top floor. While this is convenient for the scene, it doesn't make sense for Barry to be heading to an empty floor immediately following orders to kill as many people as possible. Furthermore, in the very next scene he is suddenly on the first floor. See more »

            Quotes

            Barry Norris: Hey, listen up, everybody, whoever's doing this, they're having a little fun at our expense.
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            Soundtracks

            Yo Vivire (I Will Survive)
            Written by Dino Fekaris & Freddie Perren (as Frederick Perren)
            Translation by Oscar Gomez
            Performed by Jose Prieto
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            A bloody good time.
            9 March 2017 | by FedoicsSee all my reviews

            The Belko Experiment is a messed up film and it's wildly entertaining.

            The Belko Experiment is an indie film that's essentially about a office building that gets shut down and the people inside are forced to kill each other.

            Here's the good.

            The story in this movie keeps you on the edge of your seat practically the whole run time of the movie. It's a physiological horror film that really asks the audience, "What would you do in this situation?". I was lucky enough to be at a screening of the film with writer/producer James Gunn and the director Greg McLean and most of the cast. They talked a lot about how there was no villain in this movie, which is something I loved. The people in this movie were all acting for themselves, doing what they need to do for their family or for survival. The story in the beginning and the middle is very interesting and will keep the audience entertained well after the movie is over.

            The acting in this movie is, for the most part, believable and good. Tony Goldwyn, John Gallagher Jr., and Sean Gunn were the standouts of this movie. Tony was terrifying, and just as he talked about during the Q and A at the screening, his character wasn't a villain. His character was doing what he had to do to make sure he could come home to his family again, even if is terrible. John Gallagher Jr. does a fantastic job as the main character. He displays a wide variety of emotions perfectly and pulls off a really really good performance, surpassing his acting in 12 Cloverfield Lane. The real standout of this movie is Sean Gunn who did a fantastic job with his character. He has some of the best and most memorable lines in the whole film. It's amazing to see how far Sean Gunn has gone in his acting ability when compared to his role in James Gunn's Super. Everyone in the movie, including the extras, pulled off great performances.

            The technical parts of this movie are very well done. I have tons of respect for this movie's use of practical effects which added a lot of horror to the movie's tone. The cinematography in this movie was impressive, keeping a lot of shots close to give off a claustrophobic feeling. The lighting in this movie is used perfectly. Towards the latter half of the movie, many action sequences were lit uniquely. A action scene lit by a neon light and fire or a flickering light, whatever the case, it built the suspense.

            Here's the bad.

            The ending of this film is different. It didn't really set up the ending all that well and left the audience wanting something a bit more. It didn't ruin the fun of the movie but with a better ending it could have been a lot better. For a movie to be great it needs to have an ending that leaves the audience satisfied and this movie has trouble doing that.

            Overall, The Belko Experiment is a thrill ride. When the action and horror and suspense hits, it hits hard. The acting from everyone is entertaining and believable, many performances being especially good. The lighting and cinematography add a lot to the overall tone of the film which makes it a lot more effective. While the ending leaves you wanting more, you'll still be thinking about this movie for days to come.


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