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The Belko Experiment

Poorly conceived drama about workplace competition, probably intended as an allegory, wallows in meaningless gore. Employees of a Colombia field office of a faceless American corporation are ordered, on the PA system, to start killing each other so that more won’t die. Director Greg McLean and screenwriter James Gunn orchestrate a swift descent into screaming, shouting and the kill-or-be-killed ethos.
Watch out for: Gun and physical violence, continuous gore, pervasive rough language.
Rated: O, morally offensive; MPAA: R

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