No warning. No control. No escape.
On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.
Anal Turd Movie
Awful Testicular Mess
Atrocious Titty Mulcher
Arsing Toilet Machine
Absolute Total Manure (courtesy of Steve)
Avoid this Monstrosity (courtesy of Ryan)
What it did to me:
Anxiously Trying Meth
Angstily Temped to Mutilate
Arduously Taking Mojitos
Absolutely Totally Mystified
Ass To Mouth (courtesy of Liam)
which leads to
Any Toothpaste, Mate? (courtesy of Del Boy)
Characters were so stupid that the twist was that they actually knew how to use an ATM
Never before in my 27 years of being alive, have I witnessed a film that is so epicly stupid ... so immensely incompetent ... so blatantly insulting ... and so utterly atrocious. Never would I ever think in my lifetime, that I would have my intelligence insulted by a film in such a way, that it left me feeling so angry afterwards ... well, "ATM" managed to do it.
This film is just so unbelievable beyond words ... and not in the good way. This film is so bad, I would almost recommend you seeing it so you can experience on just how bad it truly is. For anyone that truly appreciates bad (and I do mean, BAD) films ...…
Suspension of belief be damned, the 3 protagonists in this film are so stultifyingly stupid, one can't help but shout at the screen in frustration.. Had to fast forward the final half hour out of boredom and apathy.
American Horror is really in a sorry state if this is what it's come to.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Ok, this is one of those movies when I can't help but wonder if whoever gave this movie a green-light or funding still has a job????
I'll admit it's a Sunday and I'm sick so I purposely sought out a bad horror/thriller flick but this has actually awoken me from my fever stupor like a shot of Vitamin B.
The premise was thin to begin with but the plot holes are so glaring that it's beyond comical and the actions of the 3 characters is on another level that's well beyond idiotic...
Why even give it half a star?
I don't know? Blame it on the fever.
I need to lay down again.
Garbage. Starring three people in an ATM this movie is most certainly not worth watching.
Interesting idea for a movie. But I still don't understand the killer's motives. But I'm pretty sure no one does...
Three low/mid-level financial workers make a late-night detour to an ATM and find themselves trapped by a madman. You probably can guess what happens. The asshole friend character lays on a monumental cockblocking unseen in cinema since the early aughts.
ATM could have been an even better movie, but even so its an interesting take on the genre. It also raises some questions to us: What we could have done if we would be in the same situation?
Its the kind of movie that tries to do something great with one simple ideia using only fews things (same place, same scenes and very few main actors). Seems that this menace has no clear objective but... in the end it provides something that gives us thoughts about what was seen, that all the time this movie had a plan with some ambiguous answers.
Nada de mais realmente, é um filme modesto com vários clichés mas... interessou-me.
P.S.: e tem a Alice Eve!!!
6/10 - Interessante (simples mas interessante)
I enjoyed hating this film.
Never going to use an ATM at night. Ever. :)
What the shit...
The creators of this film were really clutching at some straws. It was just utterly unbeleiveable. It was just bad decisions follwed up by even worse ones. And the ending was just a joke.
I spent most of the movie thinking 'ok, something is going to happen soon that makes this all make sense', but it never did.
A 4.6 on IMDB is way too generous...
Unless you like complete morons being "trapped" in a box making completely irrational decisions, then don't even bother with this tripe.
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