Review Four Pillars of Basement & earn 20 DM Points*
what does it say about the calibre of people when a scene to scene rip off of a mediocre English thriller P2 ends up making the original look like a classic ? may be I should have just stayed home and pondered on this question than venturing out to watch the monstrosity this film is.
a girl stays back late at work and while leaving the office in her parking basement is stuck. she calls the security guard who actually turns out to be a psychopath waiting to pounce on her. she is stuck , so are we, and nothing else happens in this film which even as a twist in the tale to one up the original.
with disgustingly bad acting across the board , four pillars makes one wonder if multiplexes and the ability to release any and every film was such a good development. you feel like entering the basement in the film and kill the security guard and the heroine with one slash of a sword only to end be misery that this film is. just as the thought passes your mind the makers unleash a song on screen that makes the scenes before it look better. yes there are levels to mediocrity unknown to man that this film has explored and achieved.