13 Sins (2014)

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A cryptic phone call sets off a dangerous game of risks for Elliot, a down-on-his luck salesman. The game promises increasing rewards for completing 13 tasks, each more sinister than the last.

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  • Mark Webber in 13 Sins (2014)
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8 April 2016 | claudio_carvalho
| Flawed Sick Game
In New Orleans, the salesman Elliot Brindle (Mark Webber) is full of debts and expecting a promotion to get married with his girlfriend Shelby (Rutina Wesley) that is pregnant. However his unethical chief fires him and Elliot is desperate since he supports his intellectually disabled brother Michael Brindle (Devon Graye) with his health insurance. He reaches the rock bottom when his estranged racist father (Tom Bower) tells that he is going to live with him. Out of the blue, Elliot receives a phone call and a stranger invites him to participate in a game where he may win a large amount and become a millionaire provided he accomplishes thirteen tasks. Initially the skeptical Elliot needs to kill a fly and then eat it. After each task, Elliot finds the promised deposit in his bank account. He decides to accept the invitation, and the tasks become aggressive, gruesome, brutal and offensive. When Elliot decides to quit the game, he realizes that there is no return for him.

"13 Sins" is a film that uses the storyline fairly inspired in the 1997 "The Game". The film holds the attention of the viewer and entertains, but the omnipresence of the instructor of the game is impossible to believe. In addition, how could the system drop all the accusations against Elliot if he played havoc with the precinct, inclusive shooting the foot of the police captain among others atrocities? My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "13 Pecados" ("13 Sins")

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