Western Movies About Being Trapped Somewhere, There Are 127 Hours!

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Being stuck somewhere is not a pleasant experience. Feelings of anxiety and fear come together to make us humans usually confused about what to do. Various ways will certainly be done in order to get out of this bad situation.

In Hollywood films, the story of being stuck somewhere becomes the main attraction for the audience. Presenting the struggle of human life that is trapped gives a sense of tension as well as its own fear. Some were trapped in flooded basements, coffins and in cars. Here are Hollywood movies about a person trapped in a place!

 

Buried (2010)
Buried successfully became a survival show, played directly by Ryan Reynolds. Tells the story of a truck driver named Paul Conroy who is working in Iraq to raise money for his beloved family in America.

Paul Conroy’s struggle for life begins when he wakes up in complete darkness and limited space for movement. Around him were only matches, a knife and a cell phone. After he observed, he realized that he was in a coffin that had been buried in the ground.

Various attempts were made by Conroy to have to contact the FBI for help. However, constrained by the distance and the depleting cell phone battery, Conroy must accept the fact that no one will help him.

12 Feet Deep (2017)
The 12 Feet Deep film is directed by Matt Eskandari with a duration of 1 hour 25 minutes. The film, which is based on a true story, tells the life struggles of a brother and sister trapped in a swimming pool.

The tense story begins with Bree (Nora-Jane Noone) who accidentally drops her ring and Jonna (Alexandra Park) then goes down to the pool again to help Bree find the ring. Unfortunately, the pool keeper thought that the pool was empty so he closed it with a pool cover.

Trapped, the brothers did various ways. One of them was trying to break the pool cover but to no avail. The thin air and cold water temperatures are a challenge for these brothers and sisters to survive.

127 Hours (2010)
127 Hours is one of the best films about survival that is still lingering in the hearts of its fans. Based on the title, 127 Hours tells the story of a man named Aron Ralston (James Franco) who is trapped in a canyon in the Utah region. The story of this film is based on a true story, you know!

Premiered in 2010, the film 127 Hours is 94 minutes long. Shows how Aron Ralston struggles to survive even though his hand is crushed by a large rock. Feelings of tension, anxiety and worry are mixed when watching this one film. Until in the end there was no other option but Ralston had to cut his own hand.

The Last Descent (2016)
The Last Descent has succeeded in making the audience get carried away with how scary it is to be trapped in a cave. It started when it was told that a group of friends had a hobby of conquering extreme places in the world. Until the time they are challenged to explore a cave that is not detected on the map.

Being at a depth of 150 feet and only 18 inches wide, you can imagine how scary it is to be trapped in such a narrow space. The Last Descent film is directed by Isaac Halasima and has a duration of 1 hour 45 minutes.