Teaming up for the fourth time with director Jaume Collet-Sera, Liam Neeson delivers another solid mystery thriller in the vein of the pair’s Non-Stop with The Commuter.
Set in the future where an automated security system controls the justice system, Infinity Chamber finds Frank Lerner (Christopher Soren Kelly) arrested for seemingly nothing and thrown into a cell controlled by an AI named HOWARD and a device that can probe his memories to determine his innocence or guilt.
After her husband has a heart attack while they are trying to spice up their love life with some handcuffs in a remote cabin, Jessie Burlingame (Carla Gugino) is left with both arms trapped and no one around to help in Netflix’s adaptation of the Stephen King story Gerald’s Game.
Trying to get out after a failed sniper mission, a Marine (played by Armie Hammer), stumbles into a minefield and gets trapped by one of the mines, forcing him to stay in one spot for 52 hours until a convoy is near enough to rescue him.
After playing a set a neo-Nazi bar, punk band the Ain’t Rights, stumble on something horrible and are trapped by the calm but menacing leader of the skinheads, Darcy Banker in the bar’s green room.
While surfing on a secluded beach, Nancy (Blake Lively) is attacked by a great white shark and left stranded a short distance from shore but the shark is stalking her, making even that short distance seem impossible to cross.