July 7th, 2011



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Release Year: 2010

Rating: 4.4/10 (991 voted)

Director: Dominic James

Stars: John Pyper-Ferguson, Emily Hampshire, Caterina Murino

Writers: Domenico Salvaggio, Nick Mead

John Pyper-Ferguson - Jacob Odessa
Emily Hampshire - Lisa Meridian
Caterina Murino - Sofia Valenti
Elias Koteas - Mark Murdock
Patricia McKenzie - Diane Robinson
Karl Pruner - Zach Emmett
Katie Boland - Melody Chambers
Fabio Fulco - Robert Moretti
Simone-Élise Girard - Claire
Bill Croft - Deakins
Chip Chuipka - William
Frank Schorpion - Chief Wesley
Peter Miller - Tom
Paul Hopkins - Cop #1
Larry Day - Investigator

Release Date: 7 July 2011

Filming Locations: Montréal, Québec, Canada

Technical Specs


User Review

A pretentious piece of...

Rating: 3/10

Die starts off good, with a reasonably good dialogue that does a nice job of keeping you interested in the story as it develops. It also has a nice concept; a person's fate determined by the role of a dice... but why putting this in the oh-so-familiar Saw-esque/Cube-esque setting, that's been recycled a billion times over? Some scenes seem cut short or left out entirely, as if we viewers are not allowed to know how a certain character ended up in a certain situation, or how a certain character knew a certain thing. Sound logic is few and far between and along the line I got more and more agitated, as I kept wondering; "Why doesn't he do this?", or; "Why doesn't she do that?". It's not only these countless little plot holes you'll have to deal with, but what's up with those horrible accents? Towards the end of the movie I even noticed myself getting mad, for it tries to deliver some "twists" and a philosophical message of epic scale, that rather just epically fails.


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