Directed by Franck Khalfoun
It's Christmas Eve. The last employee to leave her office, ambitious corporate climber Angela (Rachel Nichols) arrives in the deserted parking garage only to discover her car won't start. She's relieved when Thomas (Wes Bentley), a seemingly friendly security guard, comes along and offers to help. Unable to get the engine to start, he invites Angela to share a small Christmas meal with him. She laughs off the invitation but it quickly becomes clear her situation is no laughing matter. Angered by her refusal, the psychopathic Thomas knocks her out and ties her up in his office. Coming to, Angela realizes that the only way she will live to see Christmas morning is to find a way to escape from P2.
A woman who is the last to leave her office on Christmas Eve must rely on her wits to survive when she is trapped in a parking garage with a deranged security guard.
Cast: Rachel Nichols, Wes Bentley, Simon Reynolds, Stephanie Moore
A plot that seems oddly more likely in today's situations. A decent thriller set-up on Christmas Eve where John McClaine is too busy in Nakatomi Plaza to come rescue our not-that-helpless victim. The real star of this movie is the double sided tape that masterfully controls Rachel Nichols' cleavage the majority of the film, which the director seemed to enjoy immensely. Good acting with a few nonsense decisions by the main character along the way but the movie works hard to explain them.
Loved it psycopath on chrismas eve.
Decent worth watching
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