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Tower BlockThe residents of an apartment tower witness a murder, and a year later they find themselves being picked off by a sniper, pitting those lucky enough to be alive into a battle for survival.Genre: ThrillerCountry: United KingdomDuration: 90 minQuality: HDRelease: 2012IMDb: 5.9Keywords:
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Directors of "Tower Block"James NunnRonnie Thompson
Creators of "Tower Block"James MoranBirthdate: 1972, York, Yorkshire, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Tower Block"Cinema CrazedAugust 18, 2013
Though suspension of disbelief is a pre-requisite, [this] is a rather gripping thriller...Aisle SeatJuly 10, 2013
It is an expertly crafted thriller with a mastery of tension-building techniques.Fan The FireSeptember 30, 2012
Thanks to the muddled plot motivations Tower Block really struggles in the final third.Contactmusic.comSeptember 25, 2012
Gritty and claustrophobic, this British horror-thriller holds our interest with well-played characters rather than the wobbly plotting.Shadows on the WallSeptember 25, 2012
Contains some effective jolts and engaging characters. But after setting up the premise, it doesn't really have anywhere to go. Kind of like the characters themselvesDaily Express (UK)September 21, 2012
The ending is a letdown but this is still a very promising debut from directors James Nunn and Ronnie Thompson.The Sun (UK)September 20, 2012
Tower Block doesn't rise high enough to match its ambitions.GuardianSeptember 20, 2012
It's not a bad idea for a movie, but what we get is undercooked, with poor logic and even poorer pacing conspiring to prevent any much-needed tension to build.Sky MoviesSeptember 20, 2012
"Guilty pleasure" is pushing it, but you might develop a certain guilty appreciation for the way this slab of breezeblock Brit-schlock goes about its ludicrously contrived business.Birmingham PostSeptember 19, 2012
There are plenty of clichés, like lifts that don't work and a mysteriously disappearing phone signal. It's badly lit and rather grim, with far too many extreme close-ups.ViewLondonSeptember 19, 2012
Entertaining, well written thriller enlivened by strong performances from a superb cast and a decent amount of shocks, though it's slightly let down by a disappointing finale.
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