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Director(s): Stig Svendsen
Release Date: 20 January 2012
Movie rating: 5.3
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What is the movie Elevator about?
Elevator is an amazing thriller that comes from writer Marc Rosenberg and director Stig Svendsen. It lasts for 84 minutes, and for that time, it will surely keep you engaged in every moment. The plot is pretty simple, even according to various critics. But, what makes this movie is another aspect of it. The story follows lives of more than one person. It all starts when lots of people get into the elevator in Barton Building in New York City. George (Joey Slotnick) is one of the people in the elevator and he is really claustrophobic. There, in elevator, is also a mean little girl Madeline, who is spoiled granddad’s little princess. She pushes the stop button and makes George really nervous and edgy. At first moment, you may think it's all that is to the movie and the only interesting thing about it is how they interact with each other and how the situation goes from calm state to claustrophobia and raging. But, that is the point, when they find out that there is a bomb in the elevator. The movie is going on a nice pace and the amount of tension added is at the right timing and in the right way. Since the whole thing is filmed in an elevator, the small room all the people find themselves confided in, makes things even more tense. If you are looking for an excellent directed movie with a nice story and chance to see the group reactions, this is the right movie to watch.
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Unfortunately, you will not find any Elevator HD wallpapers here; these are just the screenshots of the movie. They catch some moments of the movie, so you can get a better idea about the movie before watching it. Click on the image for a larger view.
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