is a 2015 American sci-fi thriller film about fifty strangers who are held captive in a dark room and forced to choose who dies one-by-one until they decide which one person among them deserves to live. The film was inspired by Circle 12 Angry Men.
We all know that we can’t vote for ourselves. Well...what do you think happens when we get down to the last person left?
You don't have much time.
Bearded Man [ edit ]
African-American Man [ edit ]
[to everybody, before dying] FUCK Y'ALL, MAN!!
Asian Kid [ edit ]
We're choosing who dies.
[to lawyer; after he makes disregarding comments about the lesbian] It's not fuckin' 1950, dude.
Rich Man [ edit ]
[to the husband; about his wife] DO YOU WANNA SAVE HER OR NOT?!!!
Dialogue [ edit ]
College Guy: I'm just trying to help!
Old Woman: Fuck you. [The College Guy is killed.]
Cop: Hey! Hey!
Tattooed Man: Who, me?
Cop: Yeah, don't I know you?
Lawyer: [stares at tattooed man; grins] Huh. I wonder why?
Cop: No, seriously. He asked if we knew anyone in here. [points to tattooed man] I know him.
Tattooed Man: I don't know you, man.
Cop: You're a mechanic in North Hollywood. Raul. Raul Jimenez. I remember you.
Cancer Survivor: What did he do?
Tattooed Man: I didn't do shit. He's lying, man.
Cop: He beat the shit out of his girlfriend. Really bad. At least I think it was his girlfriend. Hopefully, not anymore.
Tattooed Man: Come on, man. You serious?
Cancer Survivor: [to cop] Are you sure it was him?
Cop: Yeah. I remember him 'cause of that tattoo under his right eye. That teardrop. See it?
Tattooed Man: Fuck you, man.
Cancer Survivor: [to tattooed man] What's it for?
Tattooed Man: It's for my cousin. He got shot. [looks at cop] By a pig like you.
Cop: Yeah, and it's my fault you guys are criminals.
Tattooed Man: He was sixteen.
Cop: One less criminal on the street. Tattooed Man: Fuck you, man.
Eric: It's a game. It's a process of elimination. The last man standing gets to walk out of here alive. Lesbian: Or woman.
[The group attempt to eliminate the Little Girl, but she ends up being spared.]
Translator: What is wrong with you people?
Cancer Survivor: She's just a kid! Why would you go after her?
Asian Kid: Well, one of them has to die. We need to decide.
Translator: No, we don't.
Solider: Listen, we should just leave them out of this for as long as possible. Let's just forget about it.
Eric: No, we can't do that! Not anymore.
Solider: Why not?
Eric: It's too dangerous for them! They've been exposed.
Cancer Survivor: Oh, come on! Nobody is going to vote for them again, right? Lesbian: She's never heard of birth control, so she gets to live?
[The Pilot has just volunteered to die.]
Rich Man: Well, this is gonna be a whole lot easier if we can get a few volunteers.
One-Armed Man: Easier for who? You?
Rich Man: Look, we gotta take control of this situation and this is the best way.
Lawyer: I mean, hey, if we're all gonna die, it might as well be on our own terms.
One-Armed Man: Yeah, yeah, that'll teach those fuckin' aliens.
Husband: Hey, we're doing what we can, man.
Lawyer: Yeah, it's the best idea we got.
One-Armed Man: Then you volunteer.
Lawyer: I don't see you stepping forward.
One-Armed Man: We should all step forward. [points to the Pregnant Lady] I mean, everybody but her. Atheist: [sarcastically] So mass suicide, then? That's great. Let's do that.
Michael Nardelli as Eric Allegra Masters as Pregnant Woman
Molly Jackson as Little girl (Katie)
Jordi Vilasuso as Soldier
Julie Benz as Wife Kaiwi Lyman as Bearded man
Lisa Pelikan as Cancer Survivor Lawrence Kao as Asian Kid
Zachary James Rukavina as One-Armed Man
Daniel Lench as Rich man
Matt Corboy as Husband (Craig) Rene Heger as Atheist
Coley Speaks as African-American Man
Sara Sanderson as Pretty girl (Christina)
Michael McLafferty as Lawyer
Mercy Malick as Lesbian Muneer Katchi as Silent Man
Michael DiBacco as Cop
Marc Cedric Smith as The Pilot
Carter Jenkins as College Guy Daniel Yelsky as Shaun
Rivka Rivera as Translator
Howard S. Miller as Howard
Cesar Garcia as Tattooed Man
David Reivers as Bruce David Saucedo as Hispanic man
Jamie Lee Redmon as Teenage girl
Aimee McKay as Beth
Jacquelyn Houston as Doctor (Susan)
Gloria Sandoval as Foreign woman
Kurt Long as Deacon
Bill Lewis as Oldest Man
Han Nah Kim as Asian Girl
John Edward Lee as Counting man
Fay DeWitt as Old Woman
Emilio Kassel as Mother killing man
Kevin Sheridan as First Man
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