I don't watch a lot of thrillers. They're just not really my thing. They usually involve some stupid civilian guy played by an over-hyped actor rushing to try to right some kind of wrong after he stumbled into the situation on accident. Boring, unrelatable as far as I'm concerned, etc etc.
But oh man. This movie is awesome. I came across the trailer once on accident, hunted it down, and finally got around to watching it. It doesn't matter if you think you know how it turns out. You may be wrong, you may be right (I was right about one part, wrong about some others, and had no clue about something else). The mere journey this takes you on is incredible, especially considering it's all just in one room and characters keep getting disqualified. My favorite characters kept leaving, yet I kept watching. Seriously, riveted. I watched this movie on FULL SCREEN. People who know me know that I don't watch anything at more than quarter-screen, because I'm always multi-tasking and downloading and uploading and fan fic-ing and whatnot. Not this time. Right from the first 5 minutes it captivates you. You have to pay attention or you will miss something.
Seriously, check it out. If you don't know how to get a hold of it....just ask.
Finally checked out Malice in Wonderland on Netflix. Put it off for awhile because it's Maggie Grace andddd generally I don't care for her too much. Surprisingly good movie though. It has definite issues, mainly pacing, and the romance not making too much sense, but it's still good. And if you're into the visual side of storytelling, it's got some pretty neat set design and cinematography. Worth checking out if you've got an hour and a half to kill.