Get Me Out Of Here


Lenny Abrahamson’s Room, starring Brie Larson as a young woman in captivity with her five-year-old son, is a bland Lifetime story that falls into the trappings of a tearjerker. Despite a few early taut scenes, and some well captured close-ups and handheld shots from DP Danny Cohen, Room falls short, as generically sappy music accompanies a cliched victim narrative that unravels into an uninteresting, strangely unrealistic account of survival. A disappointing follow-up to Abrahamson’s previous effort, Frank, an off-beat dramedy about idiosyncratic musicians. 

By Alec Julian & Carrie White


One thought on “Get Me Out Of Here

  1. Truthfully reflected. Not many films strive to be a high literature. This review renders a perfect analysis of the narrative and cinematography

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