A guide for the Escape Room Franchise. Noted are cast members, information about their character(s), and additional details about the film’s story and characters.
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Escape Room: Tournament of Champions may make you think the rooms would be more elaborate and attendees savvier, but that is not the case.
Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets is draining, beautiful, yet a reminder that there is no instant cure or end to the struggle of making progress. Sometimes just an occasional reprieve.
If you don’t have a compromised immune system and the people in your community aren’t reckless, Words on Bathroom Walls is the perfect reason to head back to theaters.
With Waves, A24 continues to solidify that if it is the distributor, you will get more than a movie or show but an experience that will stay with you after the credits roll.
Hot Air is a reminder that beyond the often toxic political dichotomy of American society, there are real people who, sometimes selfishly, just want better.
While Escape Room inspires memories of SaW, it accomplishes much of what SaW originally did while being PG-13.
Down a Dark Hall may contain an interesting, supernatural based, premise, but it leaves you feeling it could have given…