Green Room

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"One way in. No way out."
  • R
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 7.0  (138,678)
  • 79

Green Room is a tense and brutal thriller that tells the story of a punk rock band named The Ain't Rights, who find themselves facing off against a group of neo-Nazis in the backwoods of Oregon. The film, directed by Jeremy Saulnier, stars Anton Yelchin as Pat, the lead guitarist of The Ain't Rights, and Imogen Poots as Amber, a young woman who becomes embroiled in the group's dangerous situation.

The film begins with The Ain't Rights, a struggling punk rock band, traveling across the Pacific Northwest in an old van, playing gigs for small crowds in dive bars and clubs. When a show falls through, they are offered a last-minute gig at a remote club deep in the Oregon woods, by a promoter who promises them a decent payout. The club turns out to be a gathering place for neo-Nazis, and after their set is over, The Ain't Rights inadvertently witness a murder in the green room, the space backstage where musicians await their turn on stage.

Locked in the green room by the ruthless club owner Darcy (played by Patrick Stewart), and his gang of white supremacists, The Ain't Rights must fend off the group's violent attacks and find a way to escape. Along the way, they are aided by Amber (Poots), a member of the neo-Nazi gang who has grown disillusioned with their hateful ways.

The tension in Green Room is palpable, thanks to Saulnier's skillful direction and the film's tight pacing. The violence, while brutal, is never gratuitous, and serves to underscore the film's themes of prejudice and hate. The standout performances from Yelchin, Poots, and Shawkat (who plays one of Pat's bandmates) add depth and nuance to the characters, making the audience care about their fates as they fight for survival.

One of the film's strengths is its setting - the remote location of the club in the Pacific Northwest adds to the sense of isolation and desperation felt by the band. The use of practical effects and a gritty, realistic aesthetic also helps to ground the film in a frightening reality.

Ultimately, Green Room is a thrilling and intense film that explores themes of hate, fear, and survival. The performances are top-notch, the direction is impressive, and the tension never lets up. It's a must-see for fans of horror and suspense, and a powerful reminder of the dangers of intolerance and bigotry.

Green Room is a 2015 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.0 and a MetaScore of 79.

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    7.0  (138,678)
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