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Plot: For five men, the opportunity to share a penthouse in the city — in which to carry on extramarital affairs — is a dream come true, until the dead body of an unknown woman turns up. Realizing that her killer must be one of their group, the men are gripped by paranoia as each one suspects another. Friendships are tested, loyalties are questioned, and marriages crumble while fear and suspicion run rampant.
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Convoluted mess of an erotic thriller
The only reason I knew this movie existed is because I was looking up what Eric Stonestreet had done aside from Modern Family, so I decided to give this a shot. The premise of the movie is the best part about it: Five guys have the keys to a secret loft where they can freely cheat on their wives, but one day they find a dead girl on the bed and have to figure out who did it. To this movie’s credit, the first half is engaging and curious. They develop some shady history between the guys and show how the loft came to be, but as pieces of the puzzle start coming together and the more answers we get, the more the movie suffers. I mean I’ve seen botched premises before but The Loft takes it to a new low.
The five leads in this movie do what they can. They are likable actors and they have some moments of conviction here and there, but the script is so horrendous it’s astonishing that they can keep a straight face delivering these lines. Wentworth Miller is the weak link, and I don’t know if it’s his fault or his character just being really weird and uncomfortable but that’s another thing: you don’t like any of these characters. They’re all despicable, cheating, lying, douchebags that are only friends because they all have those sh*tty traits in common. And I use the term “friends” loosely because these guys seem to hate each other as much as the audience does. Half the time they’re yelling and arguing at each other, the other half they’re just dull and plodding along with the script. It’s sad because you want to like these guys but they really are just sociopathic dickheads. Honestly the only one with a conscious is James Marsden’s character but even then still he’s a deceiving slimeball. However the cokehead brother completely embraces the psychosis angle and gives a very nice standout performance considering the material he was given.
The women in this movie are horrendous. There is not one memorable female character – they’re all either stupid and married to these guys or stupid and f*cking them behind their wives’ backs. It’s hard to care about a movie where every character is totally unlikable.
Like I said, the first half of the movie is very promising. The pacing was appropriate, it was easy to follow what was going on, it gave you time to become invested in the mystery, then all of a sudden things get crazy. Like unbelievable, ridiculous, stupid levels of crazy. First of all there are like six endings to the movie; it goes on for a good 10-20 more minutes than it should, and the worst part is that each “ending” is worse than the last. They try over-explaining what happened and it ends up getting so twisted and convoluted that it collapses onto itself. At a point you just stop caring about who did what – you just want the damn movie to end. The entire third act is a disaster in every conceivable way.
This movie was watchable, mainly because of the cast, but the ending is so frustrating I had to give it a low score. I really tried to like it, it’s just hard to care about a movie when you’re just watching a bunch of stupid people do stupid things. And the police interrogation scenes were atrocious.
If you don’t care about plot and just want to see a bunch of good looking people act like complete jerks for an hour and a half, you can get a kick out of The Loft. If you want a thrilling murder mystery that makes you think, stay far far away – The Loft does not deliver.
A Big Game Of Cluedo
The Loft is a murder mystery, directed by Erik Van Looy who also happened to direct the original Belgium film (loft) 2008. This remake follows the same story of five uncommitted husbands who struggle to sustain a relationship and to keep it in their pants. They are conveniently given access to a secret love dungeon where they can seek their mistresses and cheat on their wives. Shortly after somebody is “murdered” in the loft, the five begin to suspect each other and from there on the over complex CSI episode arises.
Ill start off praising the positives, since the film did have potential. The cinematography is miraculous. The unique sense of direction makes every shot look great. The script is somewhat lethargic but thankfully the “majority” of the cast pull it off. Each character was evenly distributed and explored, creating fairly interesting protagonists and slight emotional attachment. The score raised tension when necessary and kept me guessing on the edge of my seat. But after the 100th twist, the suspense and fascination quickly dissolved. The loft has simply out smarted itself, a simple, yet at times intriguing plot desperately seeks for every twist and turn it can find and uses them, I don’t even think M. Night Shyamalan could’ve handled it. Things started to drag and seem all over the place. It is one big puzzle with one too many pieces. Overall a fun, entertaining sexual thriller. Nothing more, nothing less.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 48 min (108 min)
Genre Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Director Erik Van Looy
Writer Bart De Pauw (based upon the film written by), Wesley Strick (screenplay)
Actors Karl Urban, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet
Country Belgium, USA
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Woestijnvis, Anonymous Content
Sound Mix SDDS, Dolby Digital, Datasat
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Plus, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format SxS Pro
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), ProRes 4:4:4 (1080p/24) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), D-Cinema