Additional information for Die, which has a domestic theatrical release set for 2010. The film is being distributed by E1 Entertainment and has not yet been rated. Die has a total running time of 91 minutes.
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Lisa, a gambler who lives for the cards. Robert, a millionaire philanthropist, Mark (Elias Kostas), a cop reaching the end of a gruesome career. Zach, a brilliant psychiatrist. Melody, a ... See full summary
Six people, each of them is on the road to self-destruction. They wake up in cells in a surreal facility, without knowing how they got there or why. An insane criminal captures six people that have had problems in the past and makes them play a game to decide the fate of each others lives. Die is basically a PG-13 version of Saw. Die is mainly dialogue that is uninspired and pretty predictable. When I saw that Elias Koteas was one of the stars I had pretty high hopes for this movie. I feel he a great actor who isn't given enough recognition. he played in Skin walkers, Shooter and many others.
The movie introduces the captives one by one until they are apparently killed off. Then eventually they all wake up to find themselves in a glass prison cubes and a guy that informs them they must play a game. A game which will decide their fate. We find out that at some point in each of the six captive's lives they tried to commit suicide. So they are paired up in teams and one has to roll a die (guess this is where the title of the movie comes into play) to decide what kind of chance the opposite captive has to live. For instance one guy was going to kill himself with a gun so he had to roll a die to see how many bullets had to put in the revolver. Once the number of bullets are decided he then had to squeeze the trigger while pointing it at the other captive. This was done a few times while some people lived and some didnt. Not a bad ideal for a horror flick. The back ground stories of the captives was pretty lame and not very interesting. The scenes with the villain and the captors was actually the best part of the movie. The rest of the movie was a couple of FBI agents trying to track down the kidnapped, missing people. Then they had to figure out how to connect the dots that were found.
It's really not too shabby of a horror flick.
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This film does not have a selected cast.
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