Escape Room: Tournament of Champions is a thriller/horror movie that was initially released this year on January 28, 2021. The movie is a sequel to Escape Room of 2019 and it was a great movie.
The plot of the movie naturally inspires guesses from viewers, and while determining the answer may be difficult for some, there are always clues offered to make it fun. So the new Escape Room: Tournament of Champions is out now with new puzzles and traps and it looks like the movie will be fun to watch. What the original film did well that this sequel fails at is giving the audience a clever mystery, unlike anything we’ve seen before.
The two survivors from the previous movie Zoey and Ben must confront the group behind that escape room, Minos. But they become trapped in another set of deviously designed rooms and are now fighting for the tournament of champions with other survivors from previous games who have been taken, prisoner.
The real stars of this series are the rooms these characters find themselves trapped in. In the first movie, director Adam Robitel (who returned for the sequel), carefully choreographs each room to incorporate all clues and red herrings, resulting in a comprehensive tour of how both subjects and audience change as they solve each intricate puzzle piece that builds on from the one before. All of which is set in a fully immersive world that’s arresting and fascinating to watch. Robitel shows his skill at setting a tone, drawing the audience into this fictional world, and keeping them there throughout the film through an array of rich visuals, masterful editing, and original sound design. He crafts each trap from beginning to end with seamless transitions that make every sequence completely logical and interesting for viewers to watch unfold.
The movie works as well as it does because they all feel so credible; we’ve been trapped in rooms like those countless times while playing video games or trying to find some obscure item in a PC game, so the concept isn’t unfamiliar or hard to grasp. It also helps that Escape Room: Tournament of Champions does a great job of constantly feeding us new information about the rules and purpose of each puzzle, always with just enough time for our brains to catch up with what’s happening onscreen. It works because it feels like we have been there before, the movie succeeds largely due to its premise and setting.
The story is pretty much based on an escape room game as it is a sequel of the movie, where two players are locked in a room for sixty minutes trying to find clues that will allow them to get out. The key here is that players must work together as they solve puzzles, finding hidden messages while also being given clues from outside of the room. You should go and watch the movie its fun and thrilling.
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