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Though it boasts a talented cast, this thriller fails to make you care about the twisty mystery of the men's identities and situation. Read critic reviews

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When five men awake in a locked warehouse, none of them can remember his identity or how he ended up locked inside with the others. They must determine who is good and who is bad, in order to stay alive. The film's events take place in reverse order, in a style reminiscent of "Memento."

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Greg Kinnear
Broken Nose
Jim Caviezel
Jean Jacket
Barry Pepper
Rancher Shirt
Jeremy Sisto
Handcuffed Man
Peter Stormare
Snakeskin Boots
Clayne Crawford
Detective Anderson
Cedric Jeanson
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Frederick Levy
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Angelo Milli
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Steve Yedlin
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  • Sep 04, 2013
    I zoned out after about 30 minutes, the plot failed to engage me in what goes on in the film, characters were dull, I wish I could have gotten the 85 minutes I spent on watching the film back.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • May 28, 2013
    The hook here, the catch (and a very good one it is) is that instead of the usual 1 guy with amnesia (how many films??? and who could count the number??? I used to wish I would get amnesia, but noooo. Neither have I ever met anyone who has either!) there's 5 guys with amnesia. And in a minute they figure out A) their memory is ever so slowly returning and that B) not everybody's in the room's a boy scout. There could be foul play in the immeadiate future ... just a lot of fun, a good script, nice ensemble performances, and the proverbial twist that zings right at the close.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Dec 08, 2010
    Five strangers (Jim Caviezel, Joe Pantoliano, Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper and Jeremy Sisto) wake up in a locked warehouse in the desert with no memory whatsoever of who they are and what they are doing there. Some of them are wounded, others are bound and they soon grasp that they are being poisoned by a gas that leaked into the air causing the amnesia. Flashbacks slowly enable the viewer's realization that *some* of them are kidnappers, and the others their victims; with their memory slowly coming back, one realizes he's innocent along with his friend and the other ... Well, he realizes that he's the opposite. The movie is very unpredictable and the ending reveals it all. Look out for Peter Stormare (of Prison Break), again playing a crook, with the same long hair and bad attitude.
    Deb S Super Reviewer
  • Feb 03, 2010
    This is my kind of a thriller. I loved how the movie and events played itself out.

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