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Plot: Seattle call girl Gracie Blake wakes up in a cage, in a warehouse – somewhere in America.
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A very poor movie
What a shame as this could of been a good movie but it just wasn’t, everything was so poor, Seriously no thought had gone into making this movie at all, the only positive to this movie is that they couldn’t of lost much money in making the movie has very little money was used in making the movie, This is the first time that i have said that a movie is not worth watching and I have watched some terrible movies in the past but this movie is that bad.
Spoilers below but you won’t care – Cage made me rage
This is one of those films that makes you end up thinking not only “How did this get funded?” but “Why did they bother finishing production?”.
Really the only thing interesting here is the concept – and just barely interesting at that. Our star is the only character we see in the flesh and she interacts with the others via phone whilst she is trapped in a cage.
The biggest failure here is the complete lack of logic at every turn.
First, the antagonist traps her in the cage because he “just needs this to be happening”. Then he goes globetrotting between Florida, California and Seattle. He indicates he wants sex once or twice but other than that there is no motive for her imprisonment. Lazy setup.
Next, the main character tries to bargain her way to freedom. Fair enough. Mr bad guy tells her not to call the cops. Alrighty. However, she does tell her boyfriend what’s happening and he calls the cops for her. Nothing negative happens. The first twist: her father has a heart attack. “Oh, jeez!” Says our starlet, “I better get outta here quick!”. She calls the cops. Mr bad guy says “NO! I told you not to call them! I’m taking your phone away without you noticing I came back here and then leaving again!”. What? How did he know? Obviously, it’s not via a connection to the police or he would have known sooner. He does have a camera and mic in the cage so maybe he knew because of that? Uh, no, because the main character was openly talking about the cops with her boyfriend earlier and nothing happened… Fine, whatever.
Moving on. Let’s talk technology. This film is set in 2001 but our kidnapper has some pretty advanced tech. He has some sort of mobile phone jammer which lets calls in and out but somehow prevents the police from triangulating the phone’s location. Does that even exist? He also has a pretty sweet webcam and mic setup, for the period. Yet, he can only afford to build a cage out of cheap wood that looks like whatever it is karate students snap with ease. Our main character decides not to even try breaking the cage bars. Probably because it would be impossible to convincingly pretend to try and break them without actually breaking them.
Finally, I’ll go over the rest of the twists. Her daddy dies – the baddie feels bad and tells her he’ll release her tomorrow. Cheers mate. Oh no, it’s 2001 and this guy flies a lot? Of course, he is on one of the planes that is hijacked on 9/11. Really. He calls to say sorry but neglects to tell her where she is or what the combination on the door lock is. Cheers mate. Then she guesses the combination anyway (6 digits, lucky girl). But she’s still got this flimsy chain on her foot. Boyfriend is on his way to her, 5 minutes. Gets pulled over by the police. She dies. Good riddance.
This film angered me and I wish I had switched it off instead of expecting it to get better. Do no watch this.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 20 min (80 min)
Genre Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director Warren Dudley
Writer Warren Dudley
Actors Patrick Bergin, Lucy-Jane Quinlan, Jake Unsworth
Country United Kingdom
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