|release date||March 2 2012|
|starring||Brian Geraghty, Josh Peck, Alice Eve|
|tagline||No Warning. No Control. No Escape.|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisLimited Theaters April 6: Centers on three co-workers who -- on a routine stop at an ATM -- unexpectedly end up in a desperate fight for their lives.
The plot follows three co-workers who stop off at an ATM on the way home from a Christmas party. From there, the rest of the story is set primarily in the ATM vestibule, and never leaves the supermarket parking lot. Seems that they’re trapped by a menacing man in a hooded parka, with no way of escape.
The success of films set entirely in one location depends entirely on the actors, especially when the number is minimal. A film like Phone Booth, for example, features a large and varied cast to make Colin Farrell’s faux-American accent overshadowed by Forest Whitaker and Kiefer Sutherland’s decidedly creepy voice. Buried, by comparison, is sustained entirely by a phenomenal performance by Ryan Reynolds. As a result, the newest film by Buried screenwriter Chris Sparling was anticipated by most, but ATM proves that lightning doesn’t strike twice. …Read More