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A group of friends travel up to a cabin located deep within the forest. Shortly after arriving, they stumble across an abandoned mine and decide to explore the dark and mysterious tunnels. As the group hikes deeper within the mine, they make a shocking discovery that quickly turns their excitement into fear. Hunted by a mysterious force, the group must work together to escape the mine alive.
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The acting wasn't horrible. But it wasn't great either. Mine Games falls short of any kind of path to an end conclusion. It is so choppy that even an end to this boat ride of a movie will leave you hating yourself for purchasing it, many days after. Yea sure it has some B movie suspense as well as some jumpy moments, but what it makes up for in acting it lacks in pretty much every other rule there is to making a horror film. I would say, See it if you must. But you really wouldn't be missing much. Skip it.
Both stories involve lights in the sky (or the lack of lights) and characters suddenly not being who or what they seem. They both are a bit trippy and the characters and their relationships begin to unravel under the stress.
The problem for Mine Games is that Coherence executed this spinning-Groundhog-gone-evil night much better. Mine Games lack the depth of characters that Coherence has and, consequently, the tension that exists external to the harrowing night.
Plus it saddles itself with needless characters that don't further the plot (i.e a medium who is pretty and "powerful" but utterly useless to the characters or to the movie).
To say much more is to be unfair to both stories. The beauty of this game is how it unfolds, and if you're going to watch the movie, you shouldn't know the ending in advance.
Mine Games isn't a bad movie. It just suffers in comparison to a better one; one that played mind games much better.
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