NY Timeout - Buried Review

NY Timeout - Anywhere—a bathroom stall, an East Village one-bedroom—would be preferable to where the entirety of Buried traps us: a wooden coffin, underground. It’s a cackleworthy conceit for a B thriller, exactly the kind of crafty stunt that Hitchcock would have loved, in his Rope mode. Down there in the box with us is Ryan Reynolds, who, playing an innocent Iraq-based contractor, finds himself a pawn in a hostage game that quickly involves a multimillion-dollar ransom ask and lots of panicky, politicized dialogue.

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