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About the Movie
Renee Morgan (Noomi Rapace), a single mom who lives with her son in a quiet suburban home, is violently kidnapped while running her daily errands one day. In an anonymous laboratory, she is tied up and questioned about her medical history, including her great fear of spiders. As her captors explain that she carries a genetic abnormality that allows her to RUPTURE, exposing her own alien nature, she is subjected to full immersion of her deepest fear to transform into her true self.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 29
- Fresh: 6
- Rotten: 23
- Average Rating: 4.6/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Dreary, derivative and flat-out dopey, this dragged-out torture tale will disappoint even those whose hearts race whenever they see a female character strapped to a bed.
Rotten: It's been 15 years since Shainberg's wonderful "Secretary" and 11 since his lesser, yet still interesting "Fur," but this film replaces his facility with gentle, peculiar inquisitions into fetishism with something much more generic.
Rotten: A diluted interpretation of Aughts torture-porn with a film-student appreciation for Gaspar Noe's color palette, Rupture is a sci-fi abduction thriller that leaves little to be thrilled about.
Rotten: It's not involving; it's not scary; it's just kind of miserable.
Was pretty decent and the story moved at a steady pace. It felt like they could have pushed the bounds more then they did. Yes there is some gore and shock but if your a die hard horror fan like myself, it will leave you wanting more.
It is like the government. They invest money, hipe you up about the project and in the end they have nothing to show for it.This movie smells like rotten eggs. A putrid smell that permeates an entire room!
Rotten Tomatoes ruptured on this one
The Rotten Tomatoes critics must be a bunch of horndogs because this movie doesn't at any point breach the realm of "fetishim" or "torture pornography." This is a stylish indie sci-fi/horror flick that deserves a rent, especially if you're arachnophobic.