The final candidates for a highly desirable corporate job are locked together in an exam room and given a test so simple and confusing that tension begins to unravel.
Directed by: Stuart Hazeldine
Author: Tejas Nair
Despite the cold and slightly predictable climax, Exam kept me hooked till before the last minute just because I missed a few details which watching it. The actors do an excellent job in keeping you occupied as their characters compete with each other for a coveted, posh, and mysterious job. But more than that it's pure fun to spend 90 minutes with your chums as you keep guessing what's actually up. **7 stars**.
Author: Jack Elliott
Just finished watching this film without knowing anything about it beforehand. Its references to a pandemic somehow made it much more relevant to watch right now than it would have been back in the day when the film is released. Somehow I expected a better, more clever ending to the film but it lacked that element. However, it was a good watch overall. Would I watch it again? Probably not. Would I make my friends watch it? Yes.
Author: Austin Singleton
A fun one-room mystery that keeps you entertained throughout. Read my full review here. http://www.hweird1reviews.com/allreviews/exam-review
Author: Andres Gomez
Exam is an entertaining movie about a stressful situation in a selection process. It could have been more interesting wouldn't it have been because it is deeply inspired in the original play El mètode Grönholm by Jordi Galceran and its following movie El método, by Marcelo Piñeyro, which are both much better.
1 hr 41 mins
$ 600,000.00 (Estimated)