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7 complete strangers of widely varying personality characteristics are involuntarily placed in an endless kafkaesque maze containing deadly traps. Without food and water, they have a few days to live; but they soon discover that each of them possess a skill that could contribute to their escape.
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CRITICS OF "Cube"
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Flipside Movie Emporium

January 11, 2003

The film's clever gimmick holds up well, despite a cold, clinical tone.
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Combustible Celluloid
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June 24, 2003

A bizarre, frightening, and clever new low-budget movie with a "Twilight Zone"-ish premise.
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New York Times

January 01, 2000

Surprisingly gripping.
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Spirituality and Practice
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March 02, 2002

For the six trapped characters in this film their own warps are their worst enemies.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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September 01, 2013

[Director Vincenzo] Natali's handling of mood and pace leave Cube one of the tightest horror-thrillers of the late '90s.
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Cinema em Cena

December 16, 2006

Nem mesmo os diálogos pedestres e as atuações medianas conseguem destruir o interesse gerado por um conceito interessante, ainda que mal desenvolvido.
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Los Angeles Times
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February 14, 2001

Cube was named best Canadian debut feature at Toronto last year, and there's no questioning Natali, clearly a visionary, is an important new talent.
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Moviehole

April 27, 2003

One of the smartest, most nail-biting thrillers in EON's
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Reel Film Reviews
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January 26, 2013

...an inventive (if inconsistent) bit of sci-fi fun.
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Slant Magazine
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April 12, 2003

Cube is a film boxed in by its own intriguing central premise.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

If writer-director Vincenzo Natali, storyboard artist for Keanu Reeve's Johnny Mnemonic, were as comfortable with dialogue and dramatizing characters as he is with images, this first feature of his might have worked better.
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Electric Sheep
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May 06, 2010

The lack of information, the strange Jack Kirbyesque details on the walls and the absence of any outside world makes the environment of the film timeless and suitably, subtly existential.
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