Trapped (2001 film)
|Written by||Michael Vickerman|
|Directed by||Deran Sarafian|
|Music by||Bill Brown|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Producer(s)||Anthony Santa Croce|
|Running time||90 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Playa Inc.|
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|Original release||July 24, 2001|
A group of guests must to escape a hotel that is on fire.
David Nusair from Reel Film Reviews gave Trapped only one star out of five, he stated: "Trapped doesn't really work, especially since we know exactly how these folks are going to get out of the burning building (c'mon, would it even be possible not to realize that Meat Loaf's ride is going to work its way back into the plot?) and the characters are straight out of a how-to-create-a-disaster-movie handbook. And for a flick with this many characters, remarkably few of them wind up charred corpses." Jules Faber from DVD.net gave the film 7 out of 10 stars, concluding: "Trapped is perhaps one of this new breed of film with some decent performances and clever, well-executed special effects. While a far cry from Oscar-winning portrayals, this is nonetheless a surprisingly good production, regardless of the rather tacked on ‘arsonist’ subplot."
On Rotten Tomatoes, Trapped currently holds 60% of audience aprovation.