Buried, Brake and ATM, though this one is most like 2010's Devil, another -- and better -- elevator film), ELEVATOR does pretty much exactly what you'd expect it to: trap a group of diverse people inside the elevator car and let them go at each other with gusto, because -- uh-oh -- there's also a bomb aboard.
Amanda and Rachel Pace), who, in her nasty little way creates most of the havoc we see. Barton is bratty in his own elitist manner, which comes out increasingly as the movie moves ahead.
Anita Briem, above, right), Shirley Knight (center), as a widowed investor in Barton's company (think what Goldman-Sachs did to its lesser investors before and during the financial meltdown, and you'll understand why she's so pissed off), and a Muslim security guard (Waleed Zuaiter, at left, above), who becomes...
Joey Slotnik, above, left, with Getz), a last-minute replacement for the entertainer who was supposed to be performing at the party. There are also a gorgeous middle-eastern newscaster (Tehmina Sunny, below, rear, second from left) and her boyfriend (Christopher Backus), who works for Barton's company and has an interesting connection to one of our other passengers. And finally, there's one very overweight Barton employee, well-played by Devin Ratray (below, right).
Inception Media Group, (why can't this group do something about its impossible-to-access website? Note: I just checked again, 19 months later, and the site is up and running well. Thank you, IMG!) in DVD format only, available for purchase, rental (if Netflix or Blockbuster ever actually deign to purchase a copy or two) and eventually, perhaps, you'll be able to stream it.