The Loft

The Loft – Review

Do you trust your friends? Are they the type of people who you would trust with your life? The Loft features actors like: Karl Urban, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet and Matthias Schoenaerts. These five men play their roles exceptionally well and this film will make any…

The Crit

Cast - 95%
Story - 88%
Music Score - 79%
Effects/Quality - 81%
Originality - 65%

82%

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Do you trust your friends? Are they the type of people who you would trust with your life?

The Loft features actors like: Karl Urban, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet and Matthias Schoenaerts.

These five men play their roles exceptionally well and this film will make any woman think twice about sleeping with a strange man and will definitely make men think twice about their friends.

These five friends are high ranking members of society, they earn a lot of money and live lavished lives, but, they all have a secret, or well… maybe more than one.

Vincent Stevens is a highly respected architect and a loving husband and father. Or is he? Chris, a psychiatrist, Luke and Marty – estate agents, and Chris’s half-brother Philip, are all married men and the best of friends. They all have extracurricular activities that can be quite the workout for most.

Vincent developed a building that houses a range of lofts and apartments and have decided to purchase one of those lofts are a meeting point for him and his friends. Five keys where handed out even though one was not by choice. They had rules, but are rules not meant to be broken? They had an arrangement but one did not stick to the plan and what happens in the loft stays in the loft was never quite as set in stone as they would have liked to think.

Vincent being quite the influential friend and businessman broke most of these rules. He made arrangements that eventually would come back to bite him on the backside.

I quite liked this film even though it is not a thriller but more a mystery. These men thought they had it all under control especially Vincent; but in the end the truth will always come out.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: DVD player
Available on: DVD
Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Romance
Age Rating: Restricted
Estimated RRP: R120.00
Release Date: 30 January 2015

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  • Love the cast
  • great story

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