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The Belko Experiment
The Belko Experiment
- 1h 28m
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Welcome to Belko Industries — a normally calm workplace that’s about to devolve into a blood-soaked battle royale and a shocking case study of bone-crunching horror! When 80 American employees are suddenly locked in their office building in Bogotá, Colombia, a mysterious voice on the intercom orders them to participate in a ruthless game of kill or be killed. As the terror escalates, so does the body count. Now everyone is a competitor...and everyday objects become deadly weapons. Let the corporate carnage commence!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: The Belko Experiment offers a few moments of lurid fun for genre enthusiasts, but lacks enough subversive smarts to consistently engage once the carnage kicks in.
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Common Sense Says
Thriller is relentlessly bleak and gory but interesting.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Belko Experiment is an extremely violent, though thought-provoking, thriller filled with extreme gore. The body count is high, with brains and blood spraying, guns and shooting, fighting, beating with blunt objects, stabbing and slicing, and characters being smashed and broken, etc. There's also a lot of general panic and aggression. Language is also strong, with uses of "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," and more. Characters kiss, a man leers at a co-worker, and a woman opens her blouse (revealing her bra) and "offers" herself to a o-worker. A few workers are shown smoking pot on more than one occasion. The filmmakers are talented, and while the movie is too relentlessly downbeat to be completely successful, it has some interesting things to say about human nature.
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- Release Date:March 17, 2017
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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