Summary: A solid low budget sci-fi that relies more on ideas and characters than action and effects. The character development isn't entirely convincing but there is some decent dialogue and the premise is initially intriguing.
Summary: Running around a maze like trapped rats trying to find a way out using numbers and memory. A math teachers nightmare. The maze is filled with all sorts of blood shedding traps, wonderful movie. There are also two other cube movies if you enjoy this one. Hypercube and cube 2 I believe.
Summary: A small sci-fi film with a big concept. It is constantly intriguing and at times suspenseful. Much is left a mystery, which only adds to the appeal. This is one refreshing gem that grabbed me by surprise.
Summary: This movie proves that story and characters will always triumph over expensive special effects. It's low-budget, but high-concept and it's amazing how such a claustrophobic set can be made to represent an infinite world of hundreds of cubical rooms.
Excerpt: I don't know, maybe it's because Cube contains so many things I'm admittedly a sucker for (extremely low-budget and independent, cryptic messages, mathy/sciency ideas, ensemble casts, unanswered questions, discussions on possible theories, etc., etc., etc.
Summary: This movie is something that everyone should watch, simply because it makes you think what mankind is coming too. The way all those different people trapped in this mind boggling puzzle and how they have to deal to get out is amazing.
Summary: While the plot was good, and the acting overall was okay, the ending seemed so completely and utterly dissappointing that it became infuriating. You'd be doing yourself a favor by not see this movie. You'll like it, but I guarantee the ending, the way they rap it up, sucks.