I rarely watch horror films, and I only tend to watch suspense films that don't have an absurd amount of gratuitous gore. When I saw the title and the Rotten Tomatoes score, I almost passed on it. But when I saw Noomi Rapace's name, I decided to give it a chance. I still think her performance in the original 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' is one of the most perfect performances I've ever seen. Every word and every subtle movement in that film was pure genius, to which I credit Rapace as well as brilliant director Lasse Hallstrom. Though her performances will probably never match that one, nor will the films themselves, she does some things very well in Rupture. She's very physical and palpable in her close-ups, which works great in this setting. I'm not sure that I ever completely figured out some of the the specifics of the premise (I don't want to give away any more than that), but I was glued to the edge of my seat the whole movie. The casting was good, with the exception of Michael Chiklis, who seemed like a fish out of water. Peter Stormare was effective as always. I generally loved the suspense and uncertainty of the film, which was allowed to play out by director Steven Shainberg without giving much away to the viewer. And I actually loved the ending, which is rare for me. For fans of horror/suspense/sci-fi/thrillers, I think you'll find this film to be a bit of a hidden gem.