Rupture (2016) - Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

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A single mom tries to break free from a mysterious organization that has abducted her.

IMDB: 4.8
Director: Steven Shainberg
Stars: Noomi Rapace, Michael Chiklis
Length: 102 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 16 out of 78 found boring (20.51%)

One-line Reviews (44)

Really troubling if somewhat enjoyable effort .

The point of a good horror movie is that you are captivated by the story and that it keeps you on the edge of your seat.

Something like: "Warning, intense and phobia-inducing.

There are even scenes with the aliens themselves unsure of what's going on, and that in turn simply furthers the confusing plot featured here which is always problematic in films.

Different, but also a bit thin on the underlying story.. i mean you get it, but a lot left unsaid too.. definitely worth watching

This is the worst movie ever.

What a waste of time...

Worth Watching .

Refreshing worth the watch.

I want to congratulate the Director "Steven Shainburg" for making an Original worth watching.

Instead, it's a complete waste of time and money.

Also I'm going to go on record as saying having people escape a room through the duct system is the most ridiculous cliché in the history of film.

And it is a suspenseful and creepy one!

This is a strange one - the trailer looked pretty unnerving - but the finished film is deathly tedious.

The ending was both expected and unexpected.

It hasn't been well received by most viewers, or critics that have seen it, but I enjoyed it.

It's definitely not an especially well made (or well written) movie, but it is fun and entertaining (in my opinion at least).

Well done, but still a waste of movie watching time.

Not the greatest blockbuster, but still enjoyable, a new premise - which these days is difficult.

The story is illogical, derivative, dull and incoherent.

Very boring.

Likewise, the entire point of going through a rupture is never explained and all we get are what happens to those who haven't passed their tests rather than why that process is important, leaving this one with some confusing issues here.

Predictable, total pablum.

Three very enjoyable movies!

Eventually things move on and it is unceremoniously revealed what is happening with a sci-fi yawn.

The plot is fatally flawed in that for the vast majority of the film, the viewer has NO clue as to what is going on - just like the protagonist (well played by Noomi Rapace I guess - but all she does is lie flat on a table looking worried or crawl through a vent) - and so dramatically, the entire movie flatlines as the viewer is kept guessing as to the point of the whole thing to the point of tedious distraction.

I won't say what the true outcome is, but I will say it was completely unexpected.

The film plays out at a slow pace and gradually builds to a left-of-field climax that relies too heavily on more CGI for effect.

genuinely on the edge of my seat .

The movie is well written, acted and does keep you on the edge of your seat.

The first half hour is compelling and the last twenty minutes get interesting too, but the middle has more than its share of redundant moments and gets a bit tedious.

Now, if you can get into this movie I think you will find it tense and enjoyable.

They waste a lot screen time with Rapace getting loose from the room she's held in when you know she's eventually going to get caught again.

Bland emotionless tripe .

It is on Netflix and definitely worth watching there.

The editing is slow to the point of being soporific.

This has a good cast, and, genuinely left me on the edge of my seat.

Mindboringly slow n repetitive.

Don't waste your time watching it...

Long story short (like the movie should have been), don't waste your time.

The scores of music in this movie are original and worth the watch to hear them.

The plot twists were pointless and empty.

)in the male being held near her cell, whose travails teach her about her dreadful circumstances & seem even more dreadful than hers, though that may be only my perspective & cold comfort, particularly as his travails proved pointless I much prefer my sci/fi more scientifically sound, such as in the brilliant and more hopeful I Origins, which deserves a 10, IMHO that said Rupture is compelling and ultimately positive, albeit with a classically ambivalent coda if I can stomach a second viewing, I may revise my vote, likely up well worth a peak for folks who like viscerally immersive experiences in their horror flicks

Instantly forgettable, uninteresting, dull, meaningless TV movie.